It's a Bird, It's a Plane—It's a Rhinoceros!

Stunning footage documents the efforts of the World Wildlife Foundation's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project 

Saving the world's rare species of rhinoceros is a daunting challenge, and two species were declared extinct just this month. Flying Rhinos from Green Renaissance documents a new way to save South African black rhinos -- by airlifting them to a reserve.  The World Wildlife Foundation's  Black Rhino Range Expansion Project has relocated roughly 120 animals to date

For more videos from Green Renaissance, visit http://www.greenrenaissance.co.za/.

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