The Rhino Orphanage is the world’s first dedicated rhino orphanage.
You will fall in love when you watch this video. Possibly (definitely) the cutest baby ever…
The Rhino Orphanage in Limpopo Province, South Africa was set up in 2012 and is home to a number of baby rhinos orphaned or injured by poaching.
The rhino calves receive specialised 24 hour care and are reared with the only aim of releasing them back into the wild.
Watch this video to see The Rhino Orphanage in action…
South Africa is home to more than 90 percent of the rhinos on the planet, and The orphanage is a major step forward in the battle to protect the species.
Check out The POWEs And The Disappearing Tusks - in this exciting adventure the POWEs help save the rhinos and elephants from poachers by coming up with an ingenious plan. A percentage of the profits from the sale of this book goes directly to The Rhino Orphanage.
To learn more about orphanage please visit their website.
Take a look at our Rhino Facts page for some fun and fascinating rhino facts (you’ll never guess what a rhino’s horn is made out of!!!)
(the photos and videos on this page are courtesy of The Rhino Orphanage)