Ema Elsa, a nine-year-old black rhino, is nuzzled by her newborn calf in their enclosure at Chester Zoo in Cheshire, England. The female calf will join an international breeding programme for the critically endangered species.
Ema Elsa a Black Rhino at Chester Zoo and her one-month-old calf Chanua (meaning Blossom in Swahili) enjoy a pumpkin as a Halloween treat Picture: Peter Byrne/PA
Bar Bar the Elephant, Chester Zoos biggest bag snatcher strikes again, grabbing handbag owned by Ann Evans of Broughton Chester, who was enrolled to find out if he had reformed his ways, 23rd November 1966. https://twitter.com/every_chester
Two horns up! old greater one-horned rhino calf, Parvesh, recently made his debut at the Safari Park with his mother Alta. His name means “lord of celebration” in Hindi, and he's already approaching 300 pounds.