This adorable footage shows the daily routine of a rescued baby rhino and his dedicated carers.
Apollo is a critically endangered baby black rhino that came into the care of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya after his mother died from Anthrax poisoning. He was just six months old at the time of his rescue in September 2019.
He’s now being cared for by a dedicated team of rangers until he’s old enough to return to the wild in a protected area. His carers show him how to take a dust bath also take him for daily exercise. According to his carers, Apollo adores the rain and loves being outside in downpours and splashing through puddles!
You can help donate towards the funds for caring for Apollo here.
Watch the adorable footage above.