An interesting way to save a rhino came from the Kragga Kamma Park in Port Elizabeth in South Africa.
Park attendants catch rhinos.
Next, the veterinarian, with the help of attendants, removes the horn to make the rhino not interesting to poachers and to prevent the horn from being sold on the black market.
After the operation, the attendants process the cuts.
And the unharmed rhino is nibbling the grass along with the cub.