At just seven weeks old, black rhino calf Sabi already weighs 112 kilograms, and she’s just as energetic and full of life as any other newborn.
- Black rhino calf Sabi has made her first public appearance at Dubbo’s Western Plains Zoo
- At just seven weeks old, Sabi already weighs 112kg
- There’s only around 6000 black rhinos left in the wild globally
The critically endangered calf has made her first public appearance at Dubbo’s Western Plains Zoo.
She is the 15th calf born as part of the zoo’s conservation program, and the fourth to mother Bakhita.
The zoo’s black rhino keeper, Hayley Brooks, has been looking after Sabi, who she says is starting to experiment with solid foods.
“She’s tried banana, carrot, sweet potato, and we’re…
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