Never Too Early to Start! Watch This Hornless Baby Rhino Practice His Charge | Inside Edition

Never Too Early to Start! Watch This Hornless Baby Rhino Practice His Charge

Moyo the rhino was born last month.

A newborn baby rhino has been filmed practicing his charging techniques inside the St. Louis Zoo earlier this month.

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The rhino, named Moyo, doesn’t even have a horn yet but that didn't stop him from pushing head-first into a spool in his pen, and the whole interaction was caught on video.

Moyo, which is Swahili for “heart,” lived up to his name as he proved he had nothing but that. Moyo pushed the spool around his pen from the middle of the area to the outer rim and would not stop.

Our “tough guy” Moyo doesn’t have his horns yet, but that doesn’t stop him practicing his charge! #baby rhino pic.twitter.com/Fsjytp7VSk

June 1, 2017

The critically endangered black rhino calf was born last month at the Missouri zoo to mother Taki Rain and father Ajabu.

Since his birth, the zoo has reported on his progress as he grows.

His birth is a part of the zoo's efforts to repopulate the black rhino population.

Read: Sanctuary Welcomes Birth of Adorable Baby Rhino From Critically Endangered Species

There are currently 60 Eastern black rhinos living in captivity in zoos around the U.S. and an estimated 5,000 left in the wild.

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