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Adorable! Baby Rhino 'Apollo' Enjoys Warm Bottle Of Milk And Mud Bath As Netizens Pour Love; WATCH

Sheldrick Wildlife gave a sneak-peek into forest life and revealed how wildlife lives happily with humans.

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Kenya-based wildlife conservation named Sheldrick Wildlife Trust recently shared a heart-winning video on Twitter. The wildlife page took to the microblogging platform and shared an adorable clip of a baby rhino named Apollo. The clip is now extensively surfacing on the internet and netizens are showering love on baby rhino.

Sharing the video, the trust also gave a sneak-peek into forest life and revealed how wildlife lives happily with humans. While posting the one-minute and seventeen-seconds long clip, Sheldrick Wildlife Trust explained how the baby rhino is having a gala time with his companions. In the clip, the orphaned black rhino is seen enjoying his creature comforts. Meanwhile, his caretakers are seen giving treats to the baby rhino with a bottle of warm milk. The endangered rhino is given a 'luxuriating mud bath' along with a 'soothing belly rub'. He is also seen enjoying his freedom by running around the green landscape.

Apollo's story

Earlier on September 21, 2019, the security officials of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust were on their routine patrol, checking out difficult-to-access water-borne areas across the Yatta Plateau in search of illegal poachers when they suddenly noticed a rhino calf standing near its mother's dead body. The wildlife officials immediately called helicopter service and rescued the baby rhino. Orpahned Apollo is currently being raised by the caretakers of the SWT's Kaluku Field Head Quarter in Kenya.

The clip has garnered over seven thousand views since it went online. It seems that netizens could not resist reacting to the post. One user called the baby rhino a "handsome body",  while others were in awe after watching the video.

Another user took to the comment section and expressed his honest feeling, look what he wrote.

A third person said that it was always good to watch the baby rhino Apollo.

Another user said the baby rhino is overwhelmed by the homely treatment and he will never "re-integrate".

The video is now surfacing on all the platforms of social media, users have flooded the post with warm comments. Some dropped heart emoji while others dropped fire emoticon. 

Another Twitter user lauded the Sheldrick Wildlife's move and extended good wishes for the caretakers and baby rhino.


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