Hoag hospital in southern California has witnessed the arrival of three of the world’s last remaining African rhinos.
The hospital has been able to treat three rhinos and the hospital has a dedicated field team to monitor the welfare of the animals.
The team was able to identify the three critically endangered rhinos after monitoring the animals’ breathing, blood and blood cells.
The rhinos were born on December 2 and are being kept in the hospital’s intensive care unit until they are ready for transplant.
The animals are named Holly, Bella and Tanya, the first three being the first to be born at the hospital in the last seven years.
The three were born in a care facility on the outskirts of the city of Humboldt, the second in the same facility in March and the third in October.
The Rhinos were not released to the public because of the fact that they would be too aggressive towards humans.
The Hoag Hospital is one of the few facilities in the world that has a team of field biologists and vets, who monitor the animals, their condition, their behavior and their environment in order to ensure their safety.
In the first year of the project, the team managed to rescue six of the rhinos, which is a record for the zoo in the US.
“We were able to take care of them all, from a very young age,” said Dr. Anthony Smith, the director of the Hoag Zoo.
“They have been cared for by our staff.
We have a very good relationship with them.”
“It’s just amazing,” said Holly, who was born in April.
“It feels really good.
It’s amazing how much better we are now than when we first got here.”
“They’re just so cute,” said Tanya.
“I’ve never been here before, but it’s just a big treat to be here and to be with these animals,” said Bella, the last surviving rhino.
“To be able to be part of this project, it’s something that you dream about, so it’s really nice.”