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Sir David Attenborough Shares a Moment with a Blind Baby Rhino (Video)

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During the concluding episode of the BBC’s “Africa” documentary special (which also gave us the hysterical “OMG Squirrel” moment) Sir David Attenborough shared an intimate moment with a blind baby rhinoceros.

While the two interacted with sound, Attenborough said there is hope that this little guy might one day be returned to the wild should a proposed operation to fix his/her sight happen.

Check out this wonderful interaction below.

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