Kayla, a female Southern white rhinoceros (foreground), is pregnant and expected to deliver the first rhino calf in the Fresno Chaffee Zoo's history, officials announced Tuesday. The rhino calf is from Kayla and Tim (background), the zoo’s breeding pair. The calf is expected to arrive in about a month, the zoo said.
Kayla, a female Southern white rhinoceros (foreground), is pregnant and expected to deliver the first rhino calf in the Fresno Chaffee Zoo's history, officials announced Tuesday. The rhino calf is from Kayla and Tim (background), the zoo’s breeding pair. The calf is expected to arrive in about a month, the zoo said. FRESNO CHAFFEE ZOO
Kayla, a female Southern white rhinoceros (foreground), is pregnant and expected to deliver the first rhino calf in the Fresno Chaffee Zoo's history, officials announced Tuesday. The rhino calf is from Kayla and Tim (background), the zoo’s breeding pair. The calf is expected to arrive in about a month, the zoo said. FRESNO CHAFFEE ZOO

This baby’s birth will be a first for Fresno Chaffee Zoo. ‘We’re thrilled.’

January 17, 2017 12:57 PM

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