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Teeth by Leahnorabelle
Hello, I have read that with white rhino Premolars 2, 3 and 4 begin to erupt at three years (we usually find parts or whole teeth in pens while cleaning at this age with our calves) and are full 'in wear' by 8yrs. The first...Last Northern Whites by Tom
Hi everyone, The Ol Pejeta website posted news about the four remaining northern whites. Since the earlier matings haven't been succesful, they are switching to plan B: trying to get a southern white male to get the northern...