Olivia Devereux-Evans, Daily Mail | December 27, 2021
This is the sweet moment a rescued baby rhino joyfully zoomed round her enclosure.
Footage taken at Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in Limpopo, South Africa, on September 30, shows the baby animal galloping round happily, pausing, and then going around its enclosure again and again.
Gosia Zdziechowska, a volunteer at the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, said the baby rhino was named Ntandane, the Zulu word for orphan.
Before being taken to the rehabilitation centre, Ntandane had been found alone without her mother.
The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre began in 1991.
Businessman Mr Strijdom from Pretoria in South Africa owns the farm where the Centre is situated.
Mr Strijdom asked Brian Jones to run the rehabilitation centre for him.
The centre helps and cares for injured, orphaned and poisoned animals.