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Oct 7, 2015

Flamingo Land Resort welcomes new black rhinos


Flamingo Land are delighted to announce the arrival of two black rhinos on 23rd September from Zurich. Samira (the mother) and baby Olmoti (born last December) will be the first inhabitants of our new Selous Black Rhino Reserve. After a day or two settling into their new home, they are now greeting visitors.



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