ALBQUERQUE (KRQE) - It's been a year since Chopper the rhino was born.
To celebrate the Albuquerque BioPark is holding a birthday party until 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon.
Zoo officials say so far the toddler is doing great!
“He's been learning how to be a rhino from his surrogate mother here bertha, learning how to spar, tussle with their horns learning how to graze learning how to find the best food learning how to wallow in the mud, all the things that he would need for natural rhino life,” Sarah Shrum, education specialist, said.
At the party people can also learn about rhinos, by visiting the hands-on discovery stations and they can sign chopper's giant birthday card.
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