Endangered Baby Rhino Takes First Mud Bath at Lion Country Safari

Anna is a 10-day-old, 200-pound endangered baby rhino at Lion Country Safari in West Palm Beach.

By Maria Camila Bernal
|  Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013  |  Updated 4:26 PM EDT
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10-month-old baby rhino Anna gets the hang of taking a mud bath. She is at Lion Country Safari in West Palm Beach.

10-month-old baby rhino Anna gets the hang of taking a mud bath. She is at Lion Country Safari in West Palm Beach.

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Baby Rhino Takes Her First Mud Bath

A baby rhino named Anna took her first mud bath, and cameras were there to catch it. The rhino is at Lion Country Safari in West Palm Beach.
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Anna, a 10-day-old endangered baby rhino, took her first mud bath at Lion Country Safari in West Palm Beach.

She is a 200-pound southern White Rhino who was named after Anna Merz, a rhino conservationist and founders of The Lewa Conservancy, which helps save and conserve the Rhinos of Kenya, and birds and mammals in Africa.

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Since 1979, Lion Country Safari has had 33 rhino offspring. They are currently home to 14 White Rhinos.

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