Miracle at Virginia Wildlife Center: Mother Rhino Gives Birth to Rare Calf

 Miracle at Virginia Wildlife Center: Mother Rhino Gives Birth to Rare Calf

A rare rhino was born at Virginia Animal Center.đŸ€—đŸ„°

The celebration was remarkable because such a calf had never been born there. His mother was giving birth for the first time.
Zina proved to be a devoted mother. She is gentle and caring with her little one. The newborn is healthy, according to the animal facility. A calf and its mother have a unique bond.


As is known, the pregnancy of a rhinoceros lasts 16-18 months.
The Virginia Wildlife Center’s first white rhino was born after its mother was pregnant for 16 months and 21 days.
Zina was indeed getting extra care.
Rhinos are indeed killed for their precious horns.
Several rhinos, including a baby boy, are already living at the facility. Sibindi, Zina, and Bora are the others.


The boy is still anonymous. The employees of the animal breeding institution decided to sell the privilege of naming a small child. The Rhino Foundation will benefit.