This black rhino is just going about its business when a pack of wild dogs comes in.
This black rhino was just hanging out when a pack of dogs rolls in and starts trying to take over its watering hole. Rhinos spend a lot of time wallowing in their waterholes, rolling in its mud to help keep cool and deter bugs.
Watch what happens when this black rhino stands up to the pack of wild dogs in the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa.
The black rhino is native to eastern and central Africa and is considered critically endangered and on the verge of extinction.
They are huge beasts and average about five feet tall at the shoulder, range from between nine to 12 feet in length and can weigh more than 3,000 pounds.
The black rhino is considered highly aggressive and are known to change at anything that could pose a possible threat to them.