The best part about this video of an “escaped rhino drill” at a Japanese zoo is the fact that they had to construct that rhino costume entirely for the sole purpose of performing escaped-rhino drills. Via BB.

12 thoughts on “Escaped rhino drill

  1. The thing about real rhinos is that they can run really, really fast. Like 35 mph fast. I don’t think those two guys in the cardboard costume can do them justice. If you had a ton of horned, angry, nearsighted animal running at you at 35mph, you want to have more than a flimsy net and some pokey sticks.

  2. I was going to post that it’s a lot easier to remember your drill when faced with a papier mache rhino with two colleagues in it than it must be with 400lb of confused beast running aroung!

  3. the music totally made this. plus the dancing rhino too! if only there was a viral video spoofing this….

    all of a sudden i think that i have lost my entire weekend

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