What Is a Baby Rhino Called?


Cattle and rhinoceros share the same names for their babies, males and females. The babies are called calves, the males bull and the females cow. A group of rhinoceros are called a crash which is fitting considering their size and damage they can do when crashing into objects.
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a baby rhino is a calf.
A baby Rhinoceros is called a calf. A rhino calf is between 88 and 140 pounds at birth.
A male rhinoceros is called a bull, a female a cow, and the young a calf; the collective noun for a group of rhinoceros is "crash". Source(s): Wikipedia
A baby rhino is called a calf. The collective name for a group of Rhino's is a crash or herd.
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A baby Rhinoceros is called a calf.
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