PHOENIX — Lifting a massive tree trunk would be arduous work for a group of humans, but it’s just a walk in the park for a rhino at the Phoenix Zoo.
In fact, video from the zoo showed their newest resident, a 6-year-old rhino named Chutti, having fun with the palm tree and delighting visitors by showing off his impressive strength.
The greater one-horned rhino can be seen casually balancing the log on the bridge of his snout and even sending it airborne while Chutti trotted around his pool.
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This species of rhino is native in the south Asian area near India and is listed as being a vulnerable species due to poaching and expanding human populations.
Chutti can be found in the zoo’s Tropics Trail area near the elephant habitat.