A frightening rhino attacks a frightening moment and overthrows the car of an animal keeper

Terrifying moment a furious rhino attacks and overthrows an animal keeper's car three times as she drives through a German safari park

  • The furious rhino used its horns to turn the animal keeper's car three times
  • He rolled the car behind and left it severely damaged, although the keeper remained unharmed
  • A shocking attack took place in the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, Lower Saxony
  • Park manager says it's unclear why the rhino, named Kusini, was so furious
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This is the terrifying moment when a furious rhino attacked an animal caretaker in her car in a German safari park and turned three times.

The shocking attack took place in the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, a municipality in the German state of Lower Saxony and was filmed by a visitor.

The rhino bull, named Kusini, 30, threw his horns and body into the animal keeper's car before he rolled it while she was still in the vehicle.

In spite of the horrific attack, the animal caretaker, who was riding in a small hatchback painted with stripes, somehow appeared largely undamaged and suffered only a few bruises.

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The vehicle was badly damaged in the brutal attack.

Fabrizio Sepe, the manager of Serengeti Park, said it is unclear why Kusini was so furious.

The rhino has lived in the park for the past 18 months and was still used to its new environment, the manager added.

He also insisted that Kusini pose no risk to visitors and explained that the rhino only & # 39; morning and & # 39; in the evening after leaving the park on the grounds of the park.

The rhino stormed the vehicle and turned it several times into a shocking and insane attack

Despite the horrific attack, the animal caretaker, who was riding in a small hatchback painted with stripes, somehow appeared largely intact.

Despite the horrific attack, the animal caretaker, who was riding in a small hatchback painted with stripes, somehow appeared largely intact.

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Despite the horrific attack, the animal caretaker, who was riding in a small hatchback painted with stripes, somehow appeared largely intact.

The park manager revealed that the rhino lived in the park for the past 18 months and was still used to its new environment

The park manager revealed that the rhino lived in the park for the past 18 months and was still used to its new environment

The park manager revealed that the rhino lived in the park for the past 18 months and was still used to its new environment

He admitted, however, that Kusini might be better off in a zoo environment.

The rhino is seen as & # 39; a very valuable animal & # 39; And was given to the park for breeding purposes.

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Earlier this year, the park also made headlines when another animal caretaker accidentally ended up in a fence with two lions and injuries.

Bosses said it was a & # 39; miracle & # 39; was that the 24-year-old keeper survived being attacked by two male lions when he entered their residence in May.

He got deep bites on the chest and shattered ribs when the 280-pound adult cats turned against him.

German bosses said it was a & # 39; miracle & # 39; was that a 24-year-old keeper survived the attack when he entered the lion cage. The two males were kept separate from the main pride (photo)

German bosses said it was a & # 39; miracle & # 39; was that a 24-year-old keeper survived the attack when he entered the lion cage. The two males were kept separate from the main pride (photo)

German bosses said it was a & # 39; miracle & # 39; was that a 24-year-old keeper survived the attack when he entered the lion cage. The two males were kept separate from the main pride (photo)

Directors Fabrizio Sepe (right) and Frank Ahrens said their colleague recovered well in the hospital after the attack on Serengeti Park, in Hodenhagen, northern Germany in May
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Directors Fabrizio Sepe (right) and Frank Ahrens said their colleague recovered well in the hospital after the attack on Serengeti Park, in Hodenhagen, northern Germany in May

Directors Fabrizio Sepe (right) and Frank Ahrens said their colleague recovered well in the hospital after the attack on Serengeti Park, in Hodenhagen, northern Germany in May

The lucky survivor operated on for five hours after the attack.

Colleagues & # 39; s had taken their colleague out of the housing.

The zoo said it was not normal for a keeper to be in a fence with the lions.

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The park, which visitors drive through in their cars, contains more than 1500 animals on 120 hectares of land.

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