White rhino birth in the Belgian zoo

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White rhino birth in the Belgian zoo

White rhino birth in the Belgian zoo |The southern white female rhinoceros, one of the smallest live animals in the world, has had a female child born in the European country of Belgium. Southern white rhinos are considered among the rare breeds of ‘rhinoceros’, believed to be just around 1800 worldwide. Apart from the southern white rhinoceros, the northern white rhinoceros belonging to the same race is now going to end up in the world. Northern white rhinoceros does not have a single male rhino in the world, the only 2 female rhinoceros of this generation are alive and experts are trying to artificially conceive female rhinoceros. The only male rhinoceros survived in the northern white rhinoceros world was killed in March last year at a farm in the African country of Kenya due to numerous diseases and over-the-counter illness.

The only male rhinoceros that survived the northern white rhinoceros was killed at the age of 45 with a needle because he was unable to rise at the end of his life. Scientists had protected the male rhinoceros sperm before it was put to death, in order to artificially enhance the northern white rhinoceros by inserting 2 sperm into their sperm. Like the white rhinoceros, the southern rhinoceros is regarded as one of the rarest animals of the world, however, many rhinos and female rhinoceros of southern rhinoceros are active and have had offspring.
According to news agency AFP, a female rhino named Madiba in Belgium’s Zoo gave birth to a baby on November 25 last month, and now the zoo anatomy has released videos and photos of both mother and baby. In a video released by the zoo manager, female rhinoceros can be seen cheering on their babies. The southern white female rhinoceros gave birth to a baby in 2016, even before the birth of a recent baby. According to the Belgian Zoo Organization, another female rhinoceros will have a baby by the end of this month. Experts are very happy with the birth of white rhinoceros, and it is believed that the birth of rhinoceros will increase further in the future.

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