AP A rhino named Ratu is seen with her newborn calf at Way Kambas National Park in Lampung, Indonesia. Ratu, an endangered Sumatran rhinoceros, gave birth on Saturday. It is only the fifth known birth in captivity for the species in 123 years.
Sumatran Rhinoceros It is the smallest rhinoceros, although it is still a large mammal. This rhino stands m ft) high at the shoulder, with a head-and-body length of ft) and a tail of cm in). The weight is reported to range from 500
Sumatran Rhinoceroses (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardenis. It is the smallest extant rhinoceros species, as well as the one with the most hair. It can be found at very high altitudes in Borneo and Sumatra.
A critically endangered Sumatran rhinoceros was born Saturday, June at an Indonesian sanctuary, only the fourth birth in captivity in more than a century, boosting survival hopes for the species, say conservationists.
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