To move Critically endangered black rhinos away from poaching hotspots, conservationists sometimes airlift them upside down. While it might look uncomfortable, a recent study has revealed that this practice is better for rhino health than lying them down on stretchers.
To move Critically endangered black rhinos away from poaching hotspots, conservationists sometimes airlift them upside down. While it might look uncomfortable, a recent study has revealed that this practice is better for rhino health than lying them down on stretchers.