The rhinos at Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary are the chillest rhinos ever. Just watch as goats jump around (and, uh, start to get friendly on) the backs of these majestic creatures, no doubt braying about how the floor is lava or singing “Circle of Life” from Lion King in goat-language. When the rhinos get a bit tired of the goats on their back, they just gently get up and the goats jump down—no hard feelings. Like many friendships, it’s a relationship of support, joy, and resignation. Hey, sometimes you’re the goat and sometimes you’re the rhino.
Care for Wild Africa has the largest rhino orphanage in the world, and they take care of injured an/or orphaned wildlife. You can learn more about them, and even volunteer, here.
(via Laughing Squid)
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