Zoos celebrate rare births of a white rhino and twin gorillas
Pepper was born about two weeks ago.
Zoos in Australia and the Netherlands are celebrating some new additions.
In Melbourne, a baby white rhino was shown off to the public. The female, named Pepper, and she was born about two weeks ago. Southern white rhinoceros' are critically endangered, so Pepper's birth is very special.
Meanwhile, a Dutch zoo is celebrating the birth of twin gorillas. The male and female were born on June 13th. Zoo officials say the birth of twins is a rare occurrence among gorillas.
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