The baby was born to mother, Igne, and father, Forrest. This will be the first time the public will be able to see the new calf, who was bonding behind-the-scenes with her mother.
Wednesday, the public was able to see the little calf for the first time.
The zoo also launched a naming opportunity for the rhino. Guests can cast their vote at the rhino habitat at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo or online with a donation to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo through the Future for Wildlife Fund.
Guests can choose between the following names:
— Nia, meaning purpose
— Daliz, meaning flower
— Zina, meaning free spirit
The zoo says the mother and her calf are doing well and have been under constant watch by the zoo’s animal care team.