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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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Cincinnati zookeeper Paul Reinhart gives Andalas, the first Sumatran rhino bred in captivity in over a 100 years and Harapan's older brother, a long hug. Reinhart has spent most of his career caring for Sumatran rhinos at the Cincinnati Zoo, starting with Andalas' parents Ipuh and Emi.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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Cincinnati Zoo's Dr. Terri Roth and Dr. Jenny Nollman sit down with Andalas, the first Sumatran rhino bred in captivity in over a 100 years. He was born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 2001 and was relocated to the Los Angeles Zoo. He was moved to the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary at the age of seven where he has since sired a calf and has another on the way.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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The staff at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra cares for six Sumatran rhinos which consists of daily medical checks and washing of the animals, hand feeding of local browse and produce, and providing each rhino with its own 25 acre enclosure in the rainforest.Photo by: Emily Maxwell
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Dr. Terri Roth and Dr. Jenny Nollman stand outside Harapan's new enclosure at the Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park of Lampung, Sumatra where the 8-year-old rhino was quarantined upon his arrival until he acclimates to his new surroundings.Photo by: Emily Maxwell