Wild Animal Park in England

A 6 month old Black Rhino calf stands with its mother in its enclosure at Lympne Wild Animal Park in Hythe, England. Port Lympne has welcomed a host of new arrivals this year with wildebeest, colobus monkeys, gorillas and rhinos all adding to the current stock. Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal parks were set up by the late John Aspinall to protect and breed rare and endangered species and, where possible, return them to safe areas in the wild.

( Getty Images / June 22, 2011 )

A 6 month old Black Rhino calf stands with its mother in its enclosure at Lympne Wild Animal Park in Hythe, England. Port Lympne has welcomed a host of new arrivals this year with wildebeest, colobus monkeys, gorillas and rhinos all adding to the current stock. Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal parks were set up by the late John Aspinall to protect and breed rare and endangered species and, where possible, return them to safe areas in the wild.

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