The Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom are a guest favorite with all of the different animal species, and this weekend Walt Disney World released some news about its rhinos.
Friday, January 14, Mylo, a 4-month-old rhino, joined his 1-year-old half-brother Ranger and the rest of the “crash” (a rhino herd) on the savanna at Kilimanjaro Safaris.
They are two of three white rhino calves born at the theme park since October 2020, as part of the Species Survival Plan, which is overseen by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums to ensure the responsible breeding of endangered species in managed care.
Disney also announced the name of the third and newest member of the white rhino herd is Logan. The spunky female calf was born in November to first-time mom Lola and Dugan, the bull of the crash. The name is a combination of Dugan and Lola’s names.
Logan will continue bonding with mom backstage before joining the herd on the savanna at Kilimanjaro Safaris in the coming months.
How cute are these baby rhinos?