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Baby rhino steals show in BBC interview

Aspinall Foundation's Port Lympne wildlife park in Kent has praised the arrival of two critically endangered black rhino calves in Tanzania.

The babies were born to two female rhinos sent from the UK park to Africa in 2012.

Adrian Harland from the Port Lympne Wild Animal Park said it was "outstanding news for us".

As he discussed the breeding success, a young rhino at the Kent park stole the show.

  • 09 Oct 2016
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