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The baby rhinoceros, named David, was found not far from the dead bodies of many rhinos. Several carcasses of recently killed rhinos were found nearby, including David's mother.
** Update from the Rhino Orphanage **
** New Arrival **
The Rhino911 team had gone out to a game reserve on Thursday to do work and were shocked to their core to find three female rhino killed by poachers. And with them a an orphaned rhino calf. The little boy named David was fetched by our team and is now safely in our care since early hours of Friday morning. David is still getting over the effects of tranquilizers and his tiring ordeal of the last two days, but he is stable and has no visible injuries.
The next couple of days are crucial and we wait in anticipation for urine and feces in order to asses his GI health, watching closely for signs of ulcers, sand colic and gut problems as the little boy had small stones and sand grains in his mouth on arrival, as well as tiny sores on his tongue.
We will keep you posted
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Thank you BMW and BMW South Africa for getting the Team and #rhinoOrphan home safely. ... See more
Yesterday the Rhino911 team set out to do horn trimmings in one of our North West Parks with the @dswfwildlife foundation, @jacques_rudolph and @007vet. We were not prepared for what we found... Three poached rhino cows and an orphaned calf💔💔💔 The team was able to rescue the calf and he was fortunately small enough to fit in the back of our station wagon. The calf was named David, as the @dswfwildlife foundation is one of our biggest donors 💚💚. He was transported to safety under the supervision of our amazing vet Dr Gerhardus and Cornel and handed over to @therhinoorphanage team. We will keep you updated on David’s progress. #stoprhinopoaching #saveourheritage #wearerunningoutoftime #thisisnotacceptable #rhino911 #dswf #007vet ... See more
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