We caught our first glimpse of Nuremberg Zoo's cutie Seto Paitala back in September (and welcomed her with 12 random rhino facts). This Indian Rhinoceros is now almost 5 months old — do you know how tall she stands and how much she weighs now? After you answer the questions, there are more cute pics waiting for you at the end. That's what I call a sweet reward.Take the Quiz
While we've seen other White Rhinos like Keyah, but this is actually a different animal: a subspecies, the Northern White Rhino. There are actually only eight known remaining Northern White Rhinoceroses (all in captivity) with two living at the San Diego Zoo and six at a zoo in Dvur Kralove, Czech Republic. This twosome, Fatu and Nabiro, will be transferred to a Kenyan reserve in attempts to ensure the survival of the species.
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Let's welcome a new lil one to the Nuremberg Tierpark in Germany — baby girl, Seto Paitala. Her name means "White Foot" in Nepalese and to honor her birth last week, I've gathered 12 interesting facts about Indian Rhinoceroses. Click through the pictures and you'll learn something alongside the cuteness.
There are less than 5,000 black rhinoceroses (one of several species) surviving in the world, but breeding programs help give these creatures a fighting chance. Are those fighting words? Maybe that's why he's sticking his tongue out — see for yourself below.