A Sumatran rhinoceros - one of the world's most endangered species - has given birth at a sanctuary in Indonesia. Conservationists at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Way Kambas National Park said the mother, Ratu, and her male baby were both "very well". It is only the fourth recorded case of a Sumatran rhino being born in captivity in a century. Ratu's pregnancy lasted about 16 months There are thought to be fewer than 200 alive in Indonesia and Malaysia.
A female Sumatran rhino named Ratu, right, is seen with her newly-born calf at Way Kambas National Park in Lampung, Indonesia, Monday, June 25, 2012. Ratu, a highly endangered Sumatran rhinoceros, gave birth to the calf Saturday in western Indonesia, a forestry official said. It is only the fifth known birth in captivity for the species in 123 years. (AP Photo)