King, an Eastern black rhinoceros born August 26, makes his public debut at the Lincoln Park Zoo with his mother Kapuki. | Scott Olson~Getty Images photos
It’s been a busy summer adorable baby animals debuting at Chicago zoos, and Lincoln Park Zoo isn’t done yet. The zoo introduced King, an Eastern black rhinoceros, Tuesday. The 130-pound calf was born on August 26 and is named after King Harris, a longtime supporter who sits on the Board of Trustees, according to a press release from the zoo.
The Walleyes Unlimited swap meet and the Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo highlight Go & Show this week.
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A quarter of a century after Giannoulias was carjacked, new SOS doles out $21 million in grants to fight current surge
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