Rhino – 1, Car – 0

You go on Safari to see wild animals in their natural habitat. Up close and personal with nature unlike any experience zoos offer. With that there is an inherent risk. The risk that you get too close. Remember these are wild animals and this is their domain, not yours. Some tourists found out this lesson the hard way. Here’s a bit of free advice. If you are on Safari and you see a Rhino coming in your general direction don’t oh and ah, get the F out of there because this may happen.


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