Category Archives: Olivia the Rhino

What Have Our Rhinos Been Up To? You Ask…

It has been so heart-warming to witness the changes among our incredible crash of rhinos at HESC and to see them all going from strength to strength. Watching their unique personalities play out and the bonds between them developing is truly beautiful. One thing that unites them all is a continued improvement and growing comfort in themselves and their environments at HESC. They are a beloved part of our family…
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Olivia’s arrival at HESC, 24th April 2016

On the 24th April 2016, we were asked for assistance with a female rhino calf, who had been found next to her mother’s dead body. The baby rhino had been witness to the savage killing of her mother, and left to fend for herself. The heartless actions of rhino poachers had struck yet again. She weighed 141Kg’s and she was between 2 – 3 months old. It was no surprise…
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