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The Zoo’s rhino keepers can identify the herd instantly, but can you? It may be a little harder for those of us who aren’t around the rhinos on a daily basis, but keep reading for some helpful tips.
Out of all the female rhinos, Inge is usually the easiest to pinpoint thanks to the pronounced notches in her right ear. She also has a short second horn, which will help you distinguish between her and the other adult female, Kibibbi.
The easiest way to find Kibibbi is to look for a rounder body and horns that are about the same size.
You may need to zoom on your camera if Nia isn’t near you, but she has divots in the outline of her left ear.
Forrest will be the easiest to spot because he spends time in the yards without the females. He also has a horn with a massive base.
Based on a breeding recommendation from the Eastern black rhino SSP, Lulu was transferred to the Buffalo Zoo in mid-August.