Four Points Bulletin

Travels north, east, south, and west of our Oceanside home base.

Rhino Savannah is a four-acre addition to the Living Desert Zoo in Palm Desert; their last one to be constructed. It houses twelve different species, including two critically endangered black rhinos. The walls of the cave entrance to Rhino Savannah is filled with naked mole-rats, burrowing rodents native to the Horn of Africa. Rhino Savannah is now a short cut to the giraffes, which can be fed by guests for just $6. One of the things we love about this zoo is the proximity of animals to their intrigued observers.

One thought on “Rhino Savannah, Living Desert Zoo

  1. Denise says:

    You turned us onto this amazing animal habitat and we love it too. It’s a bit far to go, but we make a day of it when we do go. What a great day you all had. Fun share.

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