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Amazing pictures show the tender moments between a baby rhino and its mother

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Remarkable footage of a newly-born rhino there, too, and her mother, appeared, after, the baby black rhino was born earlier this month.

Stella, a female calf was born to Ruby and Monty at the Cotswold Wildlife Park, Bradwell Grove, the united kingdom, reports South West News Service (SWNS), is a British national. Stella, the first female calf born to Ruby, which is located in the wildlife preserve in 2009.

“We had a lot of success with our current herd of rhinos,” Jamie Craig, curator of Cotswold Wildlife Park, said in a commentary that has been acquired by SWNS. “Stella”, the sixth participant, Nancy, and Ruby, and our bull, Monty, has been proven to be a great dad.”

A new baby white Rhino, Stella, to be born at the Cotswold Wildlife Park, is pictured with the mother-of-Ruby. She is the first female cria born to her parents, and was healthy and nursing well. (Credit: SWNS)

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Craig adds that Monty is the perfect combination of a dominant bull, and the care of the patriarch.”

Ruby entered the park, along with the other female rhino, known as Nancy, in the hopes that one of them would be paired with the Monty, and to produce a calf, is crucial to the survival of the species.

Ruby will become a member of the wildlife park in 2009, along with the other female Rhino, called Nancy, in the hope that it would be in the parks, the first black Rhino calf-with Monty. (Credit: SWNS)

Hope for Stella, and the third, a female calf was born at the park, that’s when they get older, they can also grow up to be a mother….

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In 2013, Nancy gave birth to a woman by the name of Astrid, Stella is the third female calf born in the park’s 49-year history. (Credit: SWNS)

“It is particularly gratifying that the Ruby has a female calf, – these will play a vital role in the development of the program, and the Stella will eventually move it to a different collection will, hopefully, be a successful mother,” Craig stated.

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