VIDEO: Endangered black rhinos arrive at Doncaster's Yorkshire Wildlife Park
0 Have your say A pair of critically endangered black rhinos are settling in to their new home at Doncaster's Yorkshire Wildlife Park after arriving there yesterday. The two-year-olds – Hodari and Dayo - arrived at YWP just after 8am in a truck after traveling 800 miles from their birth place of Berlin Zoo.
The pair, each weighing about 750 -880 kg (when mature they will weigh up to 1500 kg) took the overnight ferry from Hoak van Holland to Killingholm before embarking on the final leg of the journey to Yorkshire by road.
The young rhino were very lively on arriving at the Park and it was a... read more
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