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A zoo in the Netherlands has welcomed two older female rhinos to teach a young male to have sex and the keeper says, "Sometimes they tell you to learn from someone who is mature". (Pictured: Rhinos Narayani and Jhansi)

Older female rhinos are sent to help young men get horny: the Dutch zoo hopes they will teach him how to have sex, by saying: & # 39; They say you should learn from someone who is mature & # 39;

  • The zoo of the Netherlands welcomes two older female rhinos to encourage breeding
  • The rhinos, Narayani and Jhansi, are temporarily housed for two years
  • The females were temporarily lent to the Dutch park from a zoo in Berlin
  • Animal caretakers hope that the adult females will breed younger men
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A zoo in the Netherlands has welcomed two older female rhinos to teach a young male to have sex and the keeper says, "Sometimes they tell you to learn from someone who is mature."

The two older Indian rhino females have arrived at the Zoo Dierenrijk in Nuenen, a place in the province of Noord-Brabant in the Netherlands, after being temporarily loaned to the Dutch zoo by a zoo in Berlin.

Rinos Narayani, 29, and Jhansi, 31, will be kept in the newly opened rhino enclosure of the Dutch zoo for only two years.

A zoo in the Netherlands has welcomed two older female rhinos to teach a young male to have sex and the keeper says, "Sometimes they tell you to learn from someone who is mature". (Pictured: Rhinos Narayani and Jhansi)

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A zoo in the Netherlands has welcomed two older female rhinos to teach a young male to have sex and the keeper says, "Sometimes they tell you to learn from someone who is mature". (Pictured: Rhinos Narayani and Jhansi)

The two older Indian rhino females have arrived at the Zoo Zoo in Nuenen, a town in the province of Noord-Brabant in the Netherlands, after being temporarily loaned to the Dutch zoo by a zoo in Berlin (Pictured: one of the two female rhinos)

The two older Indian rhino females have arrived at the Zoo Zoo in Nuenen, a town in the province of Noord-Brabant in the Netherlands, after being temporarily loaned to the Dutch zoo by a zoo in Berlin (Pictured: one of the two female rhinos)

The two older Indian rhino females have arrived at the Zoo Zoo in Nuenen, a town in the province of Noord-Brabant in the Netherlands, after being temporarily loaned to the Dutch zoo by a zoo in Berlin (Pictured: one of the two female rhinos)

Zookeeper Jeroen van Maastrigt said: & # 39; In Berlin they will renovate (the zoo), so they asked if we could accommodate them temporarily. In two years they will return and we will have a younger woman & # 39; (Pictured: one of the two female rhinos)

Zookeeper Jeroen van Maastrigt said: & # 39; In Berlin they will renovate (the zoo), so they asked if we could accommodate them temporarily. In two years they will return and we will have a younger woman & # 39; (Pictured: one of the two female rhinos)

Zookeeper Jeroen van Maastrigt said: & # 39; In Berlin they will renovate (the zoo), so they asked if we could accommodate them temporarily. In two years they will return and we will have a younger woman & # 39; (Pictured: one of the two female rhinos)

In the same week that the couple arrived, the Zoo of Animals also welcomed the two-year-old male rhino Gainda from a zoo in France.

Zookeeper Jeroen van Maastrigt said: & # 39; In Berlin they will renovate (the zoo), so they asked if we could accommodate them temporarily. In two years they will return and we will have a younger woman.

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& # 39; Hopefully she will be a party for our male Gainda and we can breed with her. & # 39;

Gainda will be permanently housed in the Dutch zoo, but is not yet sexually mature.

The animal caretakers hope he will learn to have sex from the two older rhinos and animal caretaker Stephan Rijnen said jokingly: & # 39; Sometimes they say you should learn from someone who is mature. & # 39;

Rijnen said that they are all very happy to have the opportunity to house this species, of which 70 others live in zoos throughout Europe.

Narayani and Jhansi, who already know each other and have a good relationship, have so far been separated from Gainda.

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Zookeeper van Maastrigt said: & # 39; We must gain their trust and take careful steps. The Indian rhino lives a lonely life and men and women do not always go together. That is why they are kept apart. However, they saw each other and above all they smoke each other. & # 39;

The male rhino Gainda (photo) will be permanently housed in the Dutch zoo, but is not yet sexually mature

The male rhino Gainda (photo) will be permanently housed in the Dutch zoo, but is not yet sexually mature

The male rhino Gainda (photo) will be permanently housed in the Dutch zoo, but is not yet sexually mature

The animal keepers hope that he will learn to have sex from the two older rhinos and zookeeper Stephan Rijnen jokingly said: “They sometimes say that you should learn it from someone who is mature”.

The animal keepers hope that he will learn to have sex from the two older rhinos and zookeeper Stephan Rijnen jokingly said: “They sometimes say that you should learn it from someone who is mature”.

The animal keepers hope that he will learn to have sex from the two older rhinos and zookeeper Stephan Rijnen jokingly said: “They sometimes say that you should learn it from someone who is mature”.

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The large rhino enclosure in the Dutch zoo, which the three animals share with Nilgai antelopes, Visayan warthogs and Indian pig deer, consists of an inside and outside area and has various water features for the rhinos to cool.

Zookeeper Stephan Rijnen said: & They love water. They want to bathe in it. They do not really swim because the water is too shallow for that and they are not too colossal for that.

& # 39; The new residence is already fully equipped to accommodate an entire family, making it the only place in the Netherlands where young people can be born. & # 39;

The Indian rhino is listed as vulnerable on the Red List of endangered species of the International Union for Nature Conservation, of which an estimated 3,000 live in the wild in the north of the subcontinent in India and Nepal.

Zookeeper Stephan Rijnen (photo) said: & They love water. They want to bathe in it. They don't really swim because the water is too shallow for that and they are not too colossal for that & # 39;

Zookeeper Stephan Rijnen (photo) said: & They love water. They want to bathe in it. They don't really swim because the water is too shallow for that and they are not too colossal for that & # 39;

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Zookeeper Stephan Rijnen (photo) said: & They love water. They want to bathe in it. They don't really swim because the water is too shallow for that and they are not too colossal for that & # 39;

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