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.

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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. (Published Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013)

    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.

    Baby Rhino Takes Her First Mud Bath

    [MI] 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. (Published Friday, Apr 19, 2013)

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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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