A baby rhino is usually referred to as a calf. A grown male rhino is called a bull and a female is referred to as a cow.
Female rhinos can have one baby every 3 years on average. The gestation period is 18 months, and the baby calf is born weighing approximately between 65 and 90 pounds. Within just a few minutes, the baby rhino can stand and will begin nursing from its mother within a few hours. The calf will continue to nurse for a year and a half, but it will also begin grazing long before that time. The baby will continue to stay with its mother for protection until it is about 3 years old.Learn More
A baby moose is called a calf. Calves are born in the spring each year, and can weigh over 30 pounds. Calves grow at a very quick rate and have the capability to outrun a human within a week of birth.Full Answer >
A baby buffalo is called a calf. They're orange or light brown at birth and stand immediately following birth, although their distinctive hump is undeveloped and they have no horns. Calves nurse up to nine months but eat grass during the first month. Buffalo calves live in families called herds.Full Answer >
Baby beavers are referred to as kits. Once they reach the 1-year mark, they are sometimes referred to as yearlings. There can be between one and nine kits in each litter.Full Answer >
The baby of a carabao is commonly referred to as a calf. The mother or female carabao is usually called a dam.Full Answer >