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Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxwell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
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@Regran_ed from @dswt - Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxwell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaarifaDSWT #MaxwellDSWT #rhino #whiterhino #blackrhino #kenya #whyilovekenya #savetherhino - #regrann


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Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxwell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaarifaDSWT #MaxwellDSWT #rhino #whiterhino #blackrhino #kenya #whyilovekenya #savetherhino


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Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxwell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
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Worth learning a bit about the wildlife in our country, don't you think?

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Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxeell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaarifaDSWT #MaxwellDSWT #rhino #whiterhino #blackrhino #kenya #whyilovekenya #savetherhino


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Mini-Maarifa meets Maxi-Maxwell. 🦏🥰

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Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxeell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaarifaDSWT #MaxwellDSWT #rhino #whiterhino #blackrhino #kenya #whyilovekenya #savetherhino


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Maxwell and Maarifa are getting to know each other, and we can’t tell who is more in awe of who! Maarifa is 12 years Maxwell’s junior, and while she won’t always be his miniature, there will always be one big difference between them: Maxwell is a black rhino and Maarifa is a white rhino. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To learn more about the horned members of our herd, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell
www.thedswt.org/maarifa
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaarifaDSWT #MaxwellDSWT #rhino #whiterhino #blackrhino #kenya #whyilovekenya #savetherhino


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Maxwell loves to relax, but the warthogs that live in Nairobi National Park have been disrupting his R&R time. They’ve discovered that his stockade is a treasure trove of tasty lucern pellets, and have taken to sneaking in and stealing what they can — much to the rhino’s chagrin! Although he’s blind, Maxwell can hold his own and chases the pesky interlopers away very effectively.
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Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
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We can’t forget about the endangered Rhinos! #worldrhinoday was yesterday and we couldn’t miss sharing this post from @dswt 💙
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Happy #WorldRhinoDay! While Maxwell celebrates in typical Maxwellian style—chomping down on some tasty lucerne—our field teams are working hard to keep his wild-living counterparts safe.
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Rhinos have been roaming the earth for 50 million years. With few natural predators, humans are their number one threat to survival today. It’s up to us to stand up for this remarkable species and fight for their future.
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Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
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Happy World Rhino Day to my blind boy MAXWELL 💙 #Repost @dswt ・・・
Happy #WorldRhinoDay! While Maxwell celebrates in typical Maxwellian style—chomping down on some tasty lucerne—our field teams are working hard to keep his wild-living counterparts safe.
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Rhinos have been roaming the earth for 50 million years. With few natural predators, humans are their number one threat to survival today. It’s up to us to stand up for this remarkable species and fight for their future.
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Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #rhino #savetherhino


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Maxwell, our foster 🦏 in 🇰🇪
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Happy #WorldRhinoDay! While Maxwell celebrates in typical Maxwellian style—chomping down on some tasty lucerne—our field teams are working hard to keep his wild-living counterparts safe.
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Rhinos have been roaming the earth for 50 million years. With few natural predators, humans are their number one threat to survival today. It’s up to us to stand up for this remarkable species and fight for their future.
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Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #rhino #savetherhino #worthmorealive


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Maxwell is so super handsome with perfect loud eating sounds! 🦏 #Repost @dswt with @get_repost
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Happy #WorldRhinoDay! While Maxwell celebrates in typical Maxwellian style—chomping down on some tasty lucerne—our field teams are working hard to keep his wild-living counterparts safe.
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Rhinos have been roaming the earth for 50 million years. With few natural predators, humans are their number one threat to survival today. It’s up to us to stand up for this remarkable species and fight for their future.
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Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #rhino #savetherhino


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Today is #worldrhinoday the first and second photos are of both white and black rhino from my holiday to Kenya. It was a privilege to see them in the wild, something I wasn't sure I'd ever be able to say. As there are so few of them left. .
3. This wonderful piece of jewellery is from rhinotears.org but what is more important than the jewellery is the message in the card " Endangered means we still have time. Extinct means they're gone forever" it's a sobering thought but one the rhinos face. As do many animals in today's world. .
4. A marvellous painting done by @karen_laurence_rowe_art of the last male northern white sudan. But even in his death, good can come from this tragedy. This can be the wake up call we need to act now before it's too late. .
#WeWillOnlySaveWhatWeLove. .
There is a blind rhino under the care of @dswt called Maxwell, if nothing else head over to their website and read his bio, it's heart breaking. If that doesn't make you fall in love with this little trooper, I don't know what will. And hopefully enough people will fall in love, so we can help these amazing people to care for these majestic creatures.
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Endangered Means We Still Have Time. Extinct Means They're Gone Forever .
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#SaveRhinos #WorldRhinoDay #HelpingRhinos #StopWildlifeCrime #dswt #RememberingRhinos #rhino #MaxwellDSWT
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Idag är det World Rhino day.
Noshörningar har vandrat på vår jord i 60 miljoner år, och ett tag fanns det 30 noshörningsarter. I dag återstår fem arter och det är en kamp mot tiden om vi ska lyckas rädda dem.

Vi firar dagen med en bild på Maxwell, han är blind och bor på @dswt där han kommer att leva livet ut då han tyvärr inte kommer klara sig i det vilda på egen hand.
#worldrhinoday #dswt #maxwelldswt #rhino #forsvaraelefanterna #försvaraelefanterna


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Happy World Rhino Day!! I proudly foster Maxwell #maxwelldswt and Solio #soliodswt through the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Check out https://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/.


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Happy #WorldRhinoDay! While Maxwell celebrates in typical Maxwellian style—chomping down on some tasty lucerne—our field teams are working hard to keep his wild-living counterparts safe.
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Rhinos have been roaming the earth for 50 million years. With few natural predators, humans are their number one threat to survival today. It’s up to us to stand up for this remarkable species and fight for their future.
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Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #rhino #savetherhino


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Happy #WorldRhinoDay! While Maxwell celebrates in typical Maxwellian style—chomping down on some tasty lucerne—our field teams are working hard to keep his wild-living counterparts safe.
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Rhinos have been roaming the earth for 50 million years. With few natural predators, humans are their number one threat to survival today. It’s up to us to stand up for this remarkable species and fight for their future.
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Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #rhino #savetherhino


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Shot on assignment for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. ・・・
Maxwell received a wonderful surprise last month in the form of a stockade upgrade. After thoroughly sniffing each corner and mentally mapping out every inch of his newly expanded bedroom, he made himself right at home and is clearly enjoying the extra space. Because he’s blind, the black rhino will have a forever home at our Nursery, so it’s extra important for him to have five-star accommodations. Your donations made this extension possible, and on behalf of Maxwell, we thank you!

To learn more about Maxwell and how he came into our care, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell



Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust / Martin de la Torre
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhino #nairobi #blackrhino #rhino


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Meet handsome Maxwell. He just got some new digs. Read about them below. We ❤️him and hope to meet him at the #dswtnursery one day. 🦏❤️🙏
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Maxwell received a wonderful surprise last month in the form of a stockade upgrade. After thoroughly sniffing each corner and mentally mapping out every inch of his newly expanded bedroom, he made himself right at home and is clearly enjoying the extra space. Because he’s blind, the black rhino will have a forever home at our Nursery, so it’s extra important for him to have five-star accommodations. Your donations made this extension possible, and on behalf of Maxwell, we thank you!

To learn more about Maxwell and how he came into our care, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell



Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust / Martin de la Torre
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhino #nairobi #blackrhino #rhino #worldrhinoday #kenya


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Maxwell received a wonderful surprise last month in the form of a stockade upgrade. After thoroughly sniffing each corner and mentally mapping out every inch of his newly expanded bedroom, he made himself right at home and is clearly enjoying the extra space. Because he’s blind, the black rhino will have a forever home at our Nursery, so it’s extra important for him to have five-star accommodations. Your donations made this extension possible, and on behalf of Maxwell, we thank you!

To learn more about Maxwell and how he came into our care, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell



Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust / Martin de la Torre
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhino #nairobi #blackrhino #rhino


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Maxwell has a new friend! Shabby is a sacred ibis who we nursed back to health after he got a terrible leg wound. Although he now has full run of the Nursery, he chooses to spend much of his time with Maxwell. It’s not uncommon to walk by the black rhino’s stockade and see both orphans sitting side by side, enjoying each other’s company — a sight you can see for yourself in photo two!



Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #ShabbyDSWT #blackrhino #ibis #rhino #interspeciesfriendship


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Rain brings out a very spirited side of Maxwell. He tends to hold court after a storm, splashing with the warthogs and clanging on his gate to entice the orphaned elephants into playing with him. All this activity tuckers out the rhino, and he’s equally fond of napping — though he still makes his presence known through his trumpet-like snoring!

To learn more about Maxwell, or to foster him, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell


Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #savetherhino #Repost @dswt with @insta.save.repost • • •


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Sweet dreams!
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Rain brings out a very spirited side of Maxwell. He tends to hold court after a storm, splashing with the warthogs and clanging on his gate to entice the orphaned elephants into playing with him. All this activity tuckers out the rhino, and he’s equally fond of napping — though he still makes his presence known through his trumpet-like snoring!

To learn more about Maxwell, or to foster him, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell


Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #savetherhino #nairobi #kenya #africa #wild


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Rain brings out a very spirited side of Maxwell. He tends to hold court after a storm, splashing with the warthogs and clanging on his gate to entice the orphaned elephants into playing with him. All this activity tuckers out the rhino, and he’s equally fond of napping — though he still makes his presence known through his trumpet-like snoring!

To learn more about Maxwell, or to foster him, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell


Photo © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #savetherhino


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What Maxwell lacks in sight, he makes up for in joie de vivre. This #DSWTTransformationTuesday, discover this remarkable rhino’s story.

Photo 1: February 6, 2007 started off rather ordinarily, with the Keepers leading the Nursery herd out into Nairobi National Park for the day as usual. Then, things took a turn when they spotted a yearling rhino, wandering along and clearly in distress. We suspected he was blind based on his opaque eyes, a fact that was confirmed once we got him back to the stockades. The next month, Kenya’s leading eye specialist performed surgery on Maxwell’s eyes (hence the patch), but unfortunately it transpired that he could never regain his sight due to a congenital degenerating condition.

Photo 2: As Maxwell continued to get larger, so did his space — we had to keep expanding his stockade to accommodate the growing rhino! He very quickly got the lay of the land, so much so that one could be forgiven for forgetting he is blind when watching him navigate his home.

Photo 3-4: Although Maxwell is the only rhino in our care, he is never wanting for company. Solio, another orphaned black rhino that we rescued, is now living wild in the Park, but she still stops by to see her old friend. In between her visits, Maxwell is surrounded by a coterie of warthogs (much to his chagrin) and frequently interacts with the orphaned elephants, who more often than not are trying to steal some of his extra lucerne!

Photo 5: Because of his blindness, Maxwell will always call the DSWT Nursery home — but the 12-year-old leads a very full life here. The recent rains have put him in an especially good mood; he’s been celebrating by frolicking around his stockade and flinging mud in every direction.

Your support helps us give Maxwell a future. To support him, or one of the other orphans in our care, click the link in our bio.



Photos © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #Maxwell #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhinos #transformationtuesday #blackrhino #rhino


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Do you follow @dswt? For a dose of inspirational animal stories, you should! ❤️🌍🐘🐳 #Repost @dswt
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What Maxwell lacks in sight, he makes up for in joie de vivre. This #DSWTTransformationTuesday, discover this remarkable rhino’s story.

Photo 1: February 6, 2007 started off rather ordinarily, with the Keepers leading the Nursery herd out into Nairobi National Park for the day as usual. Then, things took a turn when they spotted a yearling rhino, wandering along and clearly in distress. We suspected he was blind based on his opaque eyes, a fact that was confirmed once we got him back to the stockades. The next month, Kenya’s leading eye specialist performed surgery on Maxwell’s eyes (hence the patch), but unfortunately it transpired that he could never regain his sight due to a congenital degenerating condition.

Photo 2: As Maxwell continued to get larger, so did his space — we had to keep expanding his stockade to accommodate the growing rhino! He very quickly got the lay of the land, so much so that one could be forgiven for forgetting he is blind when watching him navigate his home.

Photo 3-4: Although Maxwell is the only rhino in our care, he is never wanting for company. Solio, another orphaned black rhino that we rescued, is now living wild in the Park, but she still stops by to see her old friend. In between her visits, Maxwell is surrounded by a coterie of warthogs (much to his chagrin) and frequently interacts with the orphaned elephants, who more often than not are trying to steal some of his extra lucerne!

Photo 5: Because of his blindness, Maxwell will always call the DSWT Nursery home — but the 12-year-old leads a very full life here. The recent rains have put him in an especially good mood; he’s been celebrating by frolicking around his stockade and flinging mud in every direction.

Your support helps us give Maxwell a future. To support him, or one of the other orphans in our care, click the link in our bio.



Photos © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #Maxwell #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhinos #transformationtuesday #blackrhino #rhino


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What Maxwell lacks in sight, he makes up for in joie de vivre. This #DSWTTransformationTuesday, discover this remarkable rhino’s story.

Photo 1: February 6, 2007 started off rather ordinarily, with the Keepers leading the Nursery herd out into Nairobi National Park for the day as usual. Then, things took a turn when they spotted a yearling rhino, wandering along and clearly in distress. We suspected he was blind based on his opaque eyes, a fact that was confirmed once we got him back to the stockades. The next month, Kenya’s leading eye specialist performed surgery on Maxwell’s eyes (hence the patch), but unfortunately it transpired that he could never regain his sight due to a congenital degenerating condition.

Photo 2: As Maxwell continued to get larger, so did his space — we had to keep expanding his stockade to accommodate the growing rhino! He very quickly got the lay of the land, one could be forgiven for forgetting he is blind when watching him navigate his home.

Photo 3-4: Although Maxwell is the only rhino in our care, he is never wanting for company. Solio, another orphaned black rhino, is now living wild in the Park, but she still stops by to see her old friend. In between her visits, Maxwell is surrounded by a coterie of warthogs (much to his chagrin) and often interacts with the orphaned elephants, who more often than not are trying to steal some of his extra lucerne!

Photo 5: Because of his blindness, Maxwell will always call the DSWT Nursery home — but the 12-year-old leads a very full life here. The recent rains have put him in an especially good mood; he’s been celebrating by frolicking around his stockade and flinging mud in every direction.

Your support helps us give Maxwell a future. To support him, or one of the other orphans in our care, click the link in our bio. ➡️ @dswt



Photos © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #Maxwell #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhinos #transformationtuesday #blackrhino #rhino


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What Maxwell lacks in sight, he makes up for in joie de vivre. This #DSWTTransformationTuesday, discover this remarkable rhino’s story.

Photo 1: February 6, 2007 started off rather ordinarily, with the Keepers leading the Nursery herd out into Nairobi National Park for the day as usual. Then, things took a turn when they spotted a yearling rhino, wandering along and clearly in distress. We suspected he was blind based on his opaque eyes, a fact that was confirmed once we got him back to the stockades. The next month, Kenya’s leading eye specialist performed surgery on Maxwell’s eyes (hence the patch), but unfortunately it transpired that he could never regain his sight due to a congenital degenerating condition.

Photo 2: As Maxwell continued to get larger, so did his space — we had to keep expanding his stockade to accommodate the growing rhino! He very quickly got the lay of the land, so much so that one could be forgiven for forgetting he is blind when watching him navigate his home.

Photo 3-4: Although Maxwell is the only rhino in our care, he is never wanting for company. Solio, another orphaned black rhino that we rescued, is now living wild in the Park, but she still stops by to see her old friend. In between her visits, Maxwell is surrounded by a coterie of warthogs (much to his chagrin) and frequently interacts with the orphaned elephants, who more often than not are trying to steal some of his extra lucerne!

Photo 5: Because of his blindness, Maxwell will always call the DSWT Nursery home — but the 12-year-old leads a very full life here. The recent rains have put him in an especially good mood; he’s been celebrating by frolicking around his stockade and flinging mud in every direction.

Your support helps us give Maxwell a future. To support him, or one of the other orphans in our care, click the link in our bio.



Photos © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #Maxwell #MaxwellDSWT #savetherhinos #transformationtuesday #blackrhino #rhino


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The tragic death of Sudan the rhino should act as a warning of the need to act to prevent mass extinctions around the world. Sign up today to run in our Race Against Extinction 5K and choose the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust @dswt to help provide a haven for elephant orphans, rhinos and other animals! #raceagainstextinction5k ・・・
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Maxwell is hosting a dinner party in his stockade! (The warthogs are actually party crashers, yet the rhino — who despite being blind, knows they’re there thanks to his acute hearing and sense of smell — doesn’t seem to mind.)

To learn more about Maxwell, or to foster him, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell



Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
#DSWT #Maxwell #MaxwellDSWT #blackrhino #rhino #savetherhino #whyilovekenya #kenya #africa #magicalkenya #saynotopoaching #racingextinction #jointheherd #worthmorealive


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To learn more about Maxwell, or to foster him, visit:
www.thedswt.org/maxwell



Video © David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
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