The U.K.'s Chester Zoo has a new Indian rhino that keepers say is already developing a personality.
“From very early on he was already showing signs of being a very confident young rhino. He is very inquisitive and adventurous and ‘bolshie’ seemed an apt description,” says Tim Rowlands, the zoo's curator of mammals.
How the rhino's personality develops will factor into what the zoo names the young male.
It was born earlier this month to a female named Asha, and even at birth, the young rhino was a hefty 132 pounds. Once an adult, it will likely weigh more than two tons. Also called greater one-horned rhinos, they're characterized by their unicorn-like single horn, earning them the scientific name Rhinoceros unicornis.