Angry rhino attacked zookeeper’s jeep rolling it over

A rhinoceros at a German safari park attacked a zookeeper’s jeep rolling it over multiple times with the attendant in the vehicle. Fortunately, the zookeeper only suffered minor injuries.

According to NbcNews, the scary incident happened at Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen; the compelling video showed the 30-year-old rhino bull, named Kusini, slamming his horns and his body into the zebra painted jeep.

No one knows why Kusini became enraged. He has been living at the park for the last 18 months and still getting used to his new surroundings. The zoo states Kusini is not a threat to visitors since he is only allowed onto the park premises in the mornings and evenings when guests are not present.

Although zoo officials agree Kusini might be better off in a zoo environment, he is considered a valuable animal at the park for breeding purposes.

The white rhinoceros (a subspecies of the rhino) has been classified as extinct after the last known male of his kind died last year.

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