Five "good news" stories from this week include the latest additions to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, a pair of platypi and a southern white rhino.
The San Diego Zoo Safari Park has a new baby — a white rhino conceived through artificial insemination.
Say hello to the San Diego Zoo's newest baby white rhino. It's the 100th one to be born at the park and was part of research into artificial insemination that could help save a similar subspecies.
A female southern white rhino calf was born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park thanks to artificial insemination.
The white rhino is the 100th white rhino born at the San Diego Zoo. (And did we mention she's SOOOO CUTE!?!?)
Northern white rhinoceros dies at San Diego Zoo, leaving only five in entire world
BABY STEPS: This pair of elephant calves recently born at the San Diego Zoo are trying very hard to find their place in the herd! Caretakers say the young elephants will continue to nurse for at least two more years, gaining 2 to 4 pounds a day.
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Baby Sumatran tiger rejected by its mother bonds with baby tiger seized by U.S. Border Patrol at the San Diego Zoo.
San Diego Zoo surprises polar bears with new snow; the bears' reaction will melt your heart
A northern white rhino has died at a San Diego zoo, leaving only 5 left worldwide.
Death of northern white rhino at San Diego Zoo Safari Park leaves only five worldwide