Park welcomes rhino residents
THE UK's first rhino born after artificial insemination has arrived at a west Wales wildlife park run by television presenter Anna Ryder Richardson.
Zamba is one of two new male rhinos to take up residence at the Manor House Wildlife Park near Tenby.
The 2-year-old was born at Colchester Zoo, which has a close working relationship with the Manor House park.
He will be joined at the park by fellow male rhino Jambo, who has come to Wales from the Netherlands.
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Ms Ryder Richardson said: "Needless to say this has been the most incredible and at times frustrating journey for me and my family, and the wonderful team we have here at Manor House. For four- and-a-half years we have been working to bring rhinos to Pembrokeshire.
"And we're incredibly proud to have been chosen to help to stop the very real danger to these magnificent animals that are literally being wiped out by poaching."
The celebrity interior designer and her husband, Colin MacDougall, are due to face trial at Swansea Crown Court in November after accusations of health and safety breaches at the Manor House Park which put a mother and her young child in hospital.
The couple will fight the accusations against them.