I have been going to the zoo ever since I was a child in the 1990s, and remember well the old Rhino house (now no longer accessible to the public) which is by the new entrance and used to have a solitary Indian rhino in the last section. After regularly visiting at least once a year my visits fell off and that area of the zoo was redeveloped - so Red Lechwe and Marmosets, and Bison were all moved or removed to make more space for the Tsavo development, which now takes up a decent-sized chunk of that part of the zoo. The old rhino house appears to still be in use, I saw three rhino outside it yesterday, another three in the new 'Tsavo' house, and one sat outside the off-show house at the back which I presume is used to acclimatise new arrivals/births? There also appear to be about three or four paddocks, some of which are linked underground etc and one of which has yet another small house in it, for the rhino to be outdoors in. So, I am asking you - the experts - what the current rhino set up is. Are there two separate groups in the Tsavo house and the old house which have to be kept separate for some reason? Is the big house at the back for acclimatisation or something else?