World-first: A genet rides a black rhino



This amazing never-before-seen footage captured by Wildlife ACT reveals a genet riding on a critically endangered black rhino in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve, South Africa.

In 2014, this genet, nicknamed Genet Jackson, was photographed hitch-hiking on a buffalo as well as a white rhino. Now, it has been filmed riding on a critically endangered black rhino.

Wildlife ACT assists Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife with monitoring endangered species and captured this groundbreaking footage in the process. Volunteer with Wildlife ACT: www.wildlifeact.com

Rhino Africa donated their awesome multimedia team’s time to put this video together. www.rhinoafrica.com

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*Note: We apologize for the inaccurate description of a genet as “a small spotted cat”. Genets are Viverrids, not Felids (i.e. cats)

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