An Israeli zoo proudly announced the birth of a new baby rhino on Sunday to the 11-year-old Rihanna, who is now a mother of three.
The calf was born at Ramat Gan Safari Park in central Israel and has become the thirty third rhino to be born at the zoo.
The baby male, who has not yet been named, was spotted trotting alongside his mother, the zoo said.
The zoo will be monitoring mother and calf for health and safety, the zoo said, while they reside in a designated maternity zone for the next several weeks until the baby is strong enough to join his fellow animals in the safari's African Savanna section.
The rhino is of the square lipped or southern white rhinoceros breed, the most common of all rhinos.
Though not presently classified as an endangered species, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), it still faces a considerable threat of poaching, and as such, each new breeding is considered a monumental event for rhino breeders around the world.
The Ramat Gan Safari houses the largest collection of wild animals in the Middle East, and its white rhinos are part of its most prized possessions, together with hippos, lions, and African and Asian elephants.
The safari is considered the world's leader in rhino breeding.