The staff of the reserve in Zimbabwe freed the Rhino from “rubber trap”. The animal landed face in a car tyre during watering, but the joint efforts of the staff it was removed, reports The Telegraph.
Approaching the lake, the Rhino began to sniff the bus. But he got into it too deeply: rubber paralyze the jaw of the animal, he could neither eat nor drink.
The huntsman noticed a Rhino and called the vets. They had to temporarily sedate a rhinoceros, as the animal was not given into the hands. After that, four people began to pull the tire, successfully freeing the Rhino.
In July, the defenders of wildlife rescued six young rhinoceros from the floods in Kaziranga national Park in North-East India. The flood threatened animals in the state of Assam, where many moved to the neighboring Park from the hills of Karbi Anglong.