CINCINNATI – Look out Fiona, there’s a new baby in town! Well, soon.
The Cincinnati Zoo's black rhino, Seyia, had an ultrasound that showed that her fetus has moved into the correct position for birth; the baby's feet are in front of the head, which is pointing in the right direction.
In the post below, you can see a very active fetus:
Earlier in June, zoo officials announced Faru, the baby's father, donated plasma to its unborn calf.
In 2015, zoo officials brought Faru from the Atlanta Zoo to breed with Seyia.