The Denver Zoo just welcomed its first greater one-horned rhino calf.
After many failed attempts, 13-year-old rhino Tensing gave birth to a female calf on Feb. 22, the zoo announced on Instagram.
Unable to get pregnant naturally, Tensing underwent 11 unsuccessful artificial insemination procedures over four years before finally conceiving in November 2018.
The zoo reports that the Colorado calf’s father is 10-year-old Jontu from Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Neb.
The so-far unnamed calf captured hearts worldwide after the zoo shared her first photos on Facebook.