SOUTH AFRICA - Just what does it take to relocate a rhinoceros? A whole bunch of people and a lot of work, as these dramatic pictures show.
Members of the Kruger National Park Veterinary Wildlife Services in South Africa moved four rhinos from a high-risk poaching area to a safer part of the 19,633 sq km park as part of an ongoing strategic rhino management plan.
The animals had to be sedated and microchipped, and DNA samples were extracted. They were then led, while blindfolded, into containers, which were transported via a truck to a secret area of the park.
Take a look at the process in the gallery above.