At North Carolina’s Asheboro zoo, a new baby rhinoceros was just named Mguu, the Swahili term for feet.
Mguu’s birth in January brought the total rhinoceros herd to nine, according to the News & Observer. Mguu is the third Southern white rhino born in Asheboro in the past two years, according to spokeswoman Debbie Foster Fuchs.
Southern white rhinos almost went extinct due to hunting in the early 20th century, but their population has rebounded in recent years, according to the News & Observer.
The Asheboro zoo has a 40-acre grasslands for the rhinos to roam.
Read more about Mguu and the Asheboro zoo from the News & Observer.