David Attenborough comforts a blind rhino calf

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+3 1. Ithil commented 8 years ago

Reminds me of Brock from pokemon :D
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+27 2. MilicaHzs commented 8 years ago

Poor little guy! He's so cute, I hope the operation works.
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+8 3. Jim777 commented 8 years ago

I's sadden to think that he might be hunted down for his trunk when grows up. :'(
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+4 4. gouranga4ever commented 8 years ago

#3 I think you mean horn..

I cried when I watched this the other night on TV.
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+5 5. tastytim commented 8 years ago

Good old Attenborough! He used to be kind of a mascot around here. :D
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+2 6. Spartan118 commented 8 years ago

such an awesome video and I hope the operation works so the little guy can see.

That said because this was on Snotr I kept expecting the Rhino to tackle Attenborough :P
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+11 7. bella1 commented 8 years ago

We should all celebrate and reward David Attenborough for his achievements while he is still alive , he is a legend keep up the good work mate :)
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+1 8. 65roadrunner65 commented 8 years ago

Awww! The thing's adorable!
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+1 9. MrAlwaysRight commented 7 years ago

If they give it an operation they should really not release it into the wild. Unless the eye condition is not hereditary.
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+2 10. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

This is the only update I could find on the adorable little baby rhino..

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/381615/We-can-t-restore-sight-of-baby-rhino-say-vets