Why do they have to be dehorned?
Well, Seha is still very injured, and the gap in his skull cannot be penetrated by anything. A rhino with a horn constitutes real danger for our rhino hero.
Our ladies exited the crate backwards, stepped out into thick mud, and vanished into the trees. They have explored their new home, all 2,000 hectares of it, and have now begun to settle down.
“We used to keep 50 rhino there,” Andre Uys, the MD and wildlife vet of Marataba tells us. “It’s a rhino heaven.” And it is, this area stretches from horizon to horizon!