KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Zoo revealed the gender of its newest baby rhino on Sunday morning.

The father Ruka helped knock open a gender reveal ball that unfurled some pink confetti.

In a Facebook post, the Zoo said the mother and calf are bonding after the birth on Dec. 31.

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The eastern black rhinoceros is a critically endangered species, making the birth of the new calf all the more important. The Zoo said only about 740 of these rhinoceros’ are living in the wild.

You can click here to vote on baby Rhino's name. 

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