Little Kendi peeking out from under Mom. Rhino calves stay with their mother for about two to three years.
Kendi the Rhino
Male calves tend to leave their mother sooner than females.
Sugar and Wesley our river otters got live fish enrichment today. Enrichment is an important part of the daily care we provide to our animals.
Enrichment is anything added to the animals’ environments to stimulate their senses and elicit natural behaviors such as foraging, exploration, hunting, problem solving, and even play. Each species’ individual needs are considered when designing enrichment activities.
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Supporters react to Cincinnati Zoo Kendi Baby:
Charlene Burdette Has a big boy attitude
Doris Stoddart Fulton She's so little! Sweet.
Debra Shuster Awh Kendi is such a cute little Rhino
Tina Nicole Kraucz Now where are you Kendi?…oh there you are! You're as adorable as usual. And Seiya (I hope I spelled your name right), you're an amazing, beautiful Mommy. You two are precious.
Two the zoo: thank you, as usual for sharing all those precious, God-given animals with US and taking care of them…you have my dream job…I'm working on getting into the field.
Anne Spenser As always the females have much more to learn than the males do…. LOL See is absolutely adorable
Susan Van Buskirk Crawford Never thought I would be loving on a rhino, or hippo, but these babies are to darn cute!!
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