Rhino flees from the wrath of an angry camel in a Wiltshire Safari Park
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Rhino flees from the wrath of an angry camel in a Wiltshire Safari Park

Bristol : United Kingdom | Apr 21, 2012 at 1:26 AM PDT
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It was a faceoff between a rhino and a camel and, the rhino that should have stood its ground accepted defeat and fled from the scene when chased by the camel as witnessed by a visitor to the Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire.

This interesting bit of news has appeared in Mailonline of 21st April 2012.

Paul Redmond, a Defense project manager of Bristol had gone to the Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire for a day out with his family and he chanced to witness an unbelievable scene.

It was a standoff between two diametrically opposite animals – one of those was a camel, known as the ship of the desert. The other was a rhinoceros, well known for its huge body, tough hide and horns that can kill.

Fortunately, Paul Redmond had his camera and he took a video of the complete face-off – the rhino had apparently strayed into the territory reserved for the camel and the camel did not approve of that.

Therefore, it literally chased the intruder out of sight.

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