Three critically endangered Javan rhinoceros calves where spotted on camera in an Indonesian national park, much to the excitement of staff and rhino lovers.
The three calves, two males and a female, all belong to different mothers and “looked healthy.”
Filmed in Ujung Kulon park, where the entire Java rhino population live, the three calves up the total population to 60.
Widodo Ramono, head of conservation for the Indonesian Rhino Foundation, told AFP news agency that "This is wonderful news. Now we just need to ensure their protection."