On July 3, 1890, Idaho became the 43rd State of the United States. Congratulations!, say We.
Henry H. and Eliza H. Spalding had already (1836) introduced the Potato at Lapwai, in an effort to help the Nez Perce tribe with a viable crop. Idaho has many crops today, mainly grain, but somehow the Potato has held the spotlight.
Idaho has many National Parks, and a large part of the state is protected land. Rhinos are all for that way of thinking.