West Midlands Safari Park Spooky Spectacular
Fahari The Baby Rhino
It’s all looking very spooky at West Midlands Safari Park this week – their Half Term Week Spooky Spectacular saw ghosts and ghouls wandering around the park. Extending opening hours so you see the park in it’s full brightly lit, spooky glory. After dark, you could follow the trick or treat trails and a visit to see the Witch to collect a prize!
But that’s not all – the animals ate WMSP are such a joy to see and none more than Fahari the new baby white Rhino born in September 2017 – super cute and a real triumph for the conservation team at WMSP who work hard to ensure they are contributing to the best for the planet and it’s inhabitants.
The precious newborn is the first female calf to be born at the attraction for 15 years and was born September 2017. She could soon be seen running circles around mum, Keyah, and dad Barney, as well as two of the older female rhinos, Mtuba and Trixie. At the last count, only around 20,000 wild southern white rhinos remained and in South Africa alone, 1,175 were killed in 2015. You can learn more about their conservation efforts right here.
As well as your safari experience the site includes a number of additional areas you can visit from the £2.5 million Land of the Dinosaurs animatronic exhibit to the Adventure Theme Park.
You can take a look at Fahari in action in this adorable video from WMSP: