This thread was inspired by @TZFan's thread for Toronto but for those who aren't aware of that thread, this thread will be covering the family trees of the various individual animals that have lived at SDZ and SDZSP. Since it will be difficult to gather information for most smaller mammals, birds, and reptiles, this thread will mainly cover larger mammals that live (or have lived) at the zoo. I will attempt to include some birds and smaller mammals but I can't make any promises. Trees that I have already completed, am in the process of making, or will be doing are Eastern Black Rhino, Greater One-horned Rhino, Southern White Rhino, Western Lowland Gorilla, Bornean Orangutan, Sumatran Orangutan, Bonobo, Sumatran Tiger, Malayan Tiger, Amur Tiger, Nile Hippo, Pygmy Hippo, African Elephant, Asian Elephant, Generic Giraffe, Masai Giraffe, Polar Bear, Andean Bear, Sloth Bear, and more (not in any specific order). If anyone has any specific requests, let me know and I will see what I can do! Each entry will list the animal's DOB, birth location, parents, transfer history, offspring, and date of death (if applicable). Entries for an animal's offspring will be listed right below that individual animal's listing and if an individual has more than one offspring, the listings for all the offspring and direct descendants of the firstborn will be covered before the individual's second-born offspring is listed. The first listing in the family tree will be in black, and the next generation will be in red, the next in blue, then in green, then in light blue, then in pink, and then in orange. The start of a new family tree will be distinguished with bolded text saying, "_____'s Family Tree" and for first-generation individuals that didn't have offspring, they will be labeled with bolded text saying, "_____'s Tree" just so that it is distinguished from the previous family tree. For those not aware, individuals labeled "DNS" are offspring that did not survive past the first 30 or so days of their life. Some trees will be very long so I will put them in spoilers so that it's not taking up a ton of space. Some species will have a separate post for the individuals at the San Diego Zoo and another post for the Safari Park but most will have them all in one post since many individuals are transferred between the two facilities regularly. I will be posting trees for one species roughly every week but sometimes I may post multiple in a week or once every 2 weeks or something like that. Today, we're going to start with the Eastern Black Rhino trees. It will take me some time to get it posted though since I'm going to have to re-format it all after I paste it here from my doc.