Disney's Animal Kingdom announces 3 rhinos are expecting at park

Kendi, the first rhino to ever be born at Disney's Animal Kingdom in 1999, is expecting a calf to be born sometime in October.
1:19 | 09/22/20

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I have been very exciting news to share today and world rhino today we have three rhinoceros. They're going to have visas. Who killed me right there and had. Head that was the case. I see this baby really well. They keep kids successful breeding program really in any animal its to have really healthy and and I situation we have a very big social and and we have animals at well adjusted their all friendly with each other. And the new bride and it's really amazing male was not represented our population that this has been very important thing. One of the things that I'm most proud of most excited about is that with how we're opportunity ultrasound these animals very frequently. We've been able to catch pregnancy fairy early and so I can say that I've been able to fine tooth centimeter rhinoceros. And that's really fun and exciting.

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