27 August 2012

The world's first dedicated rhino orphanage opened in South Africa

The world's first dedicated, non-commercial centre to care for baby rhinos has officially opened at the Entabeni Game Reserve in the Waterberg in the Limpopo Province in South Africa. The orphanage, which exact location is secret due to security reasons and which will therefore not be open to the public, has facilities to house up to 35 baby rhinos.

The Entabeni Game Reserve, owned and operated by Legend Lodges, is covering an area of 220 km² and is home to lions, elephants, giraffes, leopards, warthogs, hippos and other safari animals in a variety of habitats.

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