Please read our Commenting Policy first. Today's #bringingthezootoyou Virtual Safari is brought to you by the cutest greater one-horned rhino gal! After many failed attempts, 13-year-old rhino Tensing gave birth to a female calf on Feb. 22, the zoo announced on Instagram. The Denver Zoo just welcomed its first greater one-horned rhino calf. © 2020 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc. WATCH: The Denver Zoo welcomed a baby one-horned rhino on Feb. 22. In another, the baby stands beside her mom, showing off their immense difference in size. Look at how proud she is, like ‘I made this! Animal lovers in virus-stricken Wuhan are breaking into homes to save pets. The Denver Zoo just welcomed its first greater one-horned rhino calf. Tensing became pregnant in December 2018 after 11 unsuccessful artificial insemination procedures, according to the zoo. border, Cars can’t crush the diabolical ironclad beetle, 2020’s latest horror, Illegal pet deer euthanized after ‘terrifying’ attack on Colorado woman, Canadian officials warned staff bound for Cuba to stay silent on ‘Havana syndrome’, Patty Hajdu responds to Twitter photo, says she only removes mask to eat, drink, Coronavirus vaccine by Oxford-AstraZeneca produces immune response among adults, SNL cold open spoofs final U.S. presidential debate between Trump, Biden, This beetle’s exterior is so strong it can get run over by a car and still survive, Canadian embassy staff warned to stay silent on ‘Havana Syndrome’. READ MORE: Now, thanks to conservation efforts, around 3,500 rhinos are alive today, typically found in northeastern India and the Terai grasslands of Nepal. The calf doesn't have a name just yet and she'll remain behind the scenes for about 6-8 weeks, as she bonds with Tensing. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. May 5, 2020. #ClosedButStillCaring pic.twitter.com/tcIyPNy1MS. The best part about working from home is that you can spend two hours watching a live baby rhino cam, and no one can call you out on it. “You asked and we listened!” said the zoo. Eventually, animal lovers will be able to swing by the park to see the baby. Joona is a greater one-horned rhino born in captivity from 13-year-old Tensing on February 22, 2020. Colorado snow totals, live radar, weather forecast streaming on your TV with Denver7 app. One Facebook user couldn’t help but notice Tensing’s “pride,” writing: “I love Tensing in the last picture! '”, Another commended the zoo for its efforts, commenting: “Thank you to all the keepers and caregivers that took such good care of Tensing so this little bundle of cuteness could be possible.”. In addition to Joona’s live stream, the zoo also offers a virtual safari program featuring videos of other animals, from Humboldt penguins to Vietnamese potbelly pigs, in an attempt to stay connected with the community. READ MORE: The Denver Zoo's resident rhino, Tensing, rests with her newborn calf. Copyright 2020 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Eben Diskin. Unable to get pregnant naturally, Tensing underwent 11 unsuccessful artificial insemination procedures over four years before finally conceiving in November 2018. Get a roundup of the most important and intriguing national stories delivered to your inbox every weekday. In one, she sleeps soundly beside her mother. The Denver Zoo just released a livestream of a baby rhino, and it’s easily the best excuse to take a suspiciously long lunch break. Also known as the Indian rhino, their populations plummeted as they were hunted for sport or killed as “agricultural pests,” the World Wildlife Foundation says. “We now have a Baby Rhino Live Cam up and running. The zoo reports that the Colorado calf’s father is 10-year-old Jontu from Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Neb.
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