Don’t Become A Recruitment Rhino

The black rhino (this impressive fellow up here ^) stood around 30 metres away from our jeep. I wrongly assumed it was a safe distance. The rhino was alert to our presence. There was a deep thud as he stomped his feet in the earth. A snort rolled across the plains and his nostrils flared. My breath caught in my throat. I nervously eyed the wooden panel on the side of the jeep and calculated just how useless it would be against 1400 kilograms of charging rhino. “Everyone stay still. Do not get out of the jeep. Do not scream. Do...

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