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Apr. 2013 - Rhino Reserve - Flamingo Cove

Contains Greater Flamingos

Apr. 2013 - Rhino Reserve - Flamingo Cove
Moebelle, 9 Apr 2013
    • Moebelle
      Contains Greater Flamingos

      The Rhino Reserve exhibit is home to a variety of rare hoofstock and large birds of Africa and Asia that live in a series of paddocks constructed in 1935, and 1997. The path circles around the attraction, along with a bird-eye view from the zoo's Safari Train that passes beyond it, making it resemble a veldt. It includes rhinoceroses, bongos, zebras, and flamingos at Flamingo Cove. One of these species is the Indian Rhinoceros. In October 2010, Nikki, was the first Indian Rhino to be successfully conceived by artificial insemination and eventually give birth. The offspring past away due to breathing complications 12 hours after birth.
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    Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
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    Moebelle
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    9 Apr 2013
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