Critically endangered black rhino baby born at Cincinnati Zoo
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has a new baby black rhino, Kendi. Mom Seyia gave birth to the calf on Monday. The staff voted to name the calf Kendi, which means “the loved one” in Swahili. It's the first baby black rhino at the Cincinnati Zoo since 1999. Before then, 16 black rhino calves have been born there. Dad Faru came to Cincinnati two years ago from Atlanta, where he sired one calf, as a potential mate for Seyia.