THIS JUST IN: Baby Rhino Side-eye

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Disney’s Animal Kingdom welcomes its newest baby, a white rhino calf born May 9. The boy, the fourth birth for mom Kenda, doesn’t have a name yet, but does have a start on his horn nubule.


Full story, more photos at the Disney Parks Blog.



  1. skippymom says:


  2. Happy Birfday, baby rhino! I may have gotten a 23-year head-start on you, but we can be cross-species twins! 😀

  3. dubyah1 says:

    Thanks, especially since our peegmy hippo nose-chomper is gone [sniff]

  4. Baby rhino is not impressed… but he is very cute!

  5. tommygirl says:

    Aw, one day he’ll get his too ;D

  6. Little Bighorn

  7. Leilani says:

    Who would have thought that a mama rhinoceros could have such a sweet, maternal look in her eye?! I’m impressed!

  8. I just want to pinch his fat little butt cheeks 😉

  9. Mom’s last stand?

  10. skippymom says:

    you perv!

  11. You lookin’ at me ?
    Here’s lookin’ at you kid !
    I spy with my little eye…….CUTE OVERLOADERS !!!!!!

  12. :twisted::

  13. skippymom says:

    OK, OK, I do too.

  14. lds7yrs says:

    I dare you…no, I take that back… I don’t think Mom would approve. :mrgreen:

  15. skippymom says:

    So, how did you lose your arm?
    Well, I was pinching a baby rhinoceros’s a**….

  16. good thing they’re born with only the nubule! otherwise, yeeouch!

  17. Mumma has her own well developed side eye acshun just quietly, so eye for 1 wouldn’t be pinching anything on that baby’s botty. Pinch at your own risk!

  18. My thoughts exactly!

  19. Nubule-hance? Nay. Bebbeh rhino-tock-hance please!

  20. *whispers* The rhinos are side-eyeing me.

  21. Sasha's Mum says:

    If he’d been born with the horn, it *would* have been Mom’s last stand!

  22. victoreia says:


  23. Wait, what? Did something happen to that baby hippo??

  24. dubyah1 says:

    😦 died during surgery: tribute page ‘to a very intelligent happy jellybaby’ with adorable hippo-inna-basket and nose-kronching shots:

  25. Fird Birfle says:



  26. i wonder how much that cute baby weights

  27. Fird Birfle says:

    ana — the below is from wiki answers.
    Hopefully it provides at least a range / approximate.

    Most baby rhino, or calves, are born after 15 to 16 months of gestation, and usually, only one is born at a time. They weigh between 88 and 140 pounds,
    or (40 to 64 kilograms) on average,

    Read more:

  28. Ruffian9 says:

    Mamma is magnificent.
    Bebe *sideye*

  29. Rachael says:

    That saddens me greatly. I feel like we’ve all lost something. 😦