On Jan. 4, the Toronto Zoo announced the birth of a greater one-horned rhino male calf, and about 10 days later, he took his first shower.

In the video above, the unnamed calf frolics and rolls around in the shower while his mother, 13-year-old Ashakiran, keeps a close eye on him, walking the perimeter of the shower. It's an adorable little bath, a good improvement in the calf's relationship with water; Ashakiran splashed the calf with water during a Jan. 8 shower, but he was very startled by the water, according to a Facebook post from the zoo. But now, he has a lot in common with baby humans who never want to get out of the bath.

The calf is slowly growing in confidence, exploring his habitat and interacting with his keepers. Ashakiran and the calf aren't receiving visits from the public yet, but keepers are slowly acclimating the newborn to strangers by allowing employees from other zoo areas to visit. There's no word on when the calf will receive a name, but the zoo hasn't ruled out a contest, CBC reports.

Rub-a-dub-dub, who needs a tub?
The unnamed greater one-horned rhino calf splashes around in a shower with his mother at the Toronto Zoo.