The Cleveland Zoo has welcomed another youngster to its family.
After a 15-month pregnancy, one of the zoo's Eastern black rhinos gave birth to a calf Wednesday. The zoo says mother Kibbibi and baby are doing well. The zoo also says the public will get to help choose a name for the baby soon. It won't be on display for a period of time in order to cultivate a mother and baby bond.
The calf's arrival marks the sixth Eastern black rhino born at the zoo and a seventh is expected this fall.
Eastern black rhinos are considered critically endangered as less than 750 remain in the wild, according to the zoo.