pesco at May 28th, 2014 15:16 — #1
brainspore at May 28th, 2014 15:41 — #2
That's an odd way to crop the photo.
acerplatanoides at May 28th, 2014 16:44 — #3
I don't think 100 feet in the air is a very good place to hide a rhinocerous from poachers. Also, storing them upside down long term may void the warranty.
gilbertwham at May 28th, 2014 16:56 — #4
I know quite a few folks would pay good money to be hung upside down completely zorched on rhino-grade ketamine.
mtdna at May 28th, 2014 20:20 — #5
Isn't that how they get Rob Ford to work?
cowicide at May 28th, 2014 21:49 — #6
Relocate the poachers.
djolivier at May 29th, 2014 06:05 — #7
For those interested, the helicopter used is a Bell UH-1H, registration ZS-HHJ, construction number 65-09637. It did see service in Vietnam.
This relocation technique has been performed dozens of times and, as Wildlife Act say, it has proven to be the least stressful and harmful way to relocate large animals. Even if poaching were not an issue this sort of thing would still be needed in order to move rhinos that have been purchased or to prevent the population from growing too large in specific areas.
knackfloh at May 29th, 2014 13:57 — #8
l_mariachi at May 30th, 2014 03:10 — #9
They made a sequel to Operation Dumbo Drop?
pesco at June 2nd, 2014 15:16 — #10
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