Updates, Info, and Photos from Amani's Pregnancy
June 10, 2019
Amani’s baby is expected in November or December of 2019. Her caretakers report that she's slowing down a little and taking it easy. This is normal and expected. She's appreciating extra attention and snacks.
A new, state-of-the-art, indoor/outdoor camera system is being installed at the Nikita Kahn Rhino Rescue Center. Caretakers and veterinarians will be able to keep an extra-close eye on mother and baby around the clock, without disturbing them.
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February 6, 2019
Amani has reached day 205 of her pregnancy, almost the middle of her second trimester. Her baby’s feet are nearly 5 cm wide now—about the same as a large paperclip.
Rhino calves depend on their mothers for up to 4 years.
September 18, 2018
Amani is only about 10 weeks along, and rhino pregnancies last 16-18 months. It’s early in her pregnancy, and the road ahead is long, but we’re so excited to share this wonderful news. Donors like you make the work at the Rhino Rescue Center possible.
Number of rhino babies at a time. Twins are rare.
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