A newly born Sumatran rhinoceros, also known as a baby, is comparatively huge compared to other newborn animals. Upon arrival, a Sumatran rhino baby generally weighs approximately 25 to 35 kilograms (55 to 77 pounds). They are born with a sizable body, which is an adjustment to their precocial nature, implying they are comparatively autonomous and capable of moving around shortly after birth. Sumatran rhino babies have a dense and robust structure, with a thick, creased skin that is covered in brief fur. Their size and physical attributes are well-suited to their surroundings and the obstacles they may confront in the wild.