Once in Africa a safari tour operator Robyn Bamber, 23, noticed a playful baby rhino who was posing for the camera. The cute baby was bouncing from one place to another and running in front of her mother.
Miss Bamber and her guests enjoyed how the 42kg calf was jumping and his 1.8-ton mother was proudly watching him from a distance.
The baby rhino noticed that his spectators were attracted to him and approached the truck and then ran away to his mother.
Some rhino species are engendered because of persistent poaching for their horns.
Both male and female ones use their horns either for fighting against predators or for protecting their offspring.