The cute, armored rhinoceros baby already has the same typical skin as its parents: It looks like it was cobbled together from individual plates. But the horn is still missing. It still has to grow. I wonder if it’s hungry. It’s stretching its head upwards and wants to drink milk. Maybe you can help with the feeding?
The thick, scaly skin of the baby armored rhinoceros already looks a lot like its parents. But it doesn’t have a horn yet. That’s a good thing, actually, because otherwise it would poke its mother in the belly when it nurses. Do you think it might be hungry, the way it raises its head? No wonder: it drinks up to 30 liters of milk a day! Maybe there’s some more milk in the fridge?