Meet Karamat - she's a healthy calf, but when she was born zoo keepers were very worried about her...
The little Asian rhino, who lives in Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire, had a difficult birth. It left her traumatised and unable to take her mum Beluki's milk.
Despite all the hard work by the zoo keepers and vets, she still hadn't taken her mum's milk after 24 hours.
So staff at the zoo, who'd been camping out in sleeping bags, started feeding the youngster by bottle instead, so that she'd get the important nutrients that she needed.
Thankfully, after three days of hard work, Karamat finally started taking her mum's milk!
Her name means miracle in Nepalese, the language of the Asian country of Nepal, where her species is from. And she's the zoo's little miracle too!