Night Safari now allows visitors to feed rhinoceros for $10
All proceeds from rhinoceros feeding will help support conservation efforts in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
The next time you plan to visit Night Safari, you should check out its new attraction, Indian Rhino Feeding.
For a fee of $10, guests can feed Newari, one of the two Indian rhinos which arrived in Singapore in April 2021, his favourite carrots.
Night Safari is offering guests a chance to meet, feed and take a photo with an Indian rhinoceros in its new attraction, Indian Rhino Feeding.
This new attraction features Newari, one of the two Indian rhinos who arrived in Singapore in April of 2021.
Guests will also be able to interact with the animal care team and find out more about Newari and Indian rhinos.
Indian rhinos are classified as a vulnerable species, with less than 4,000 left worldwide.
The team at Night Safari has been working with Newari for six months, preparing him for his spot in the limelight.
The Indian rhino habitat is located next to Night Safari’s East Lodge and feeding sessions will begin at 7.30pm on operating nights.
Bookings for a slot to the attraction can be made on Night Safari’s website.