A Baby Rhino Is Saved With CPR After A Surgery To Have Her Horns Removed.

A team of vets were filmed saving the life of a 1000 lbs rhino calf by performing a CPR on the young pachyderm after her heart stopped beating.

Meha the white rhino orphan was having surgery in Mpumalanga, South Africa, to have her horns removed when the sedative caused a serious reaction.

The vets and wildlife officers immediately sprang into action when Meha’s heartbeat started plunging.

Meha, the white rhino orphan, was having surgery in Mpumalanga, South Africa, in order to remove her horns when the sedative caused a serious reaction.

A Baby Rhino Is Saved With CPR After A Surgery To Have Her Horn Removed.

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Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary co-founder, Chris de Bruno Austin, lies on the floor next to Meha and breaths into her nose while colleagues perform chest compressions.

A Baby Rhino Is Saved With CPR After A Surgery To Have Her Horn Removed.

As four men perform chest compressions on the animal, someone can be heard shouting, “oxygen, we need oxygen”.

A Baby Rhino Is Saved With CPR After A Surgery To Have Her Horn Removed.

Dramatic video footage of the resuscitation was captured showing the power required to get the rhino’s heart beating again.

A Baby Rhino Is Saved With CPR After A Surgery To Have Her Horn Removed.

After several desperate minutes, the rhino finally started to breath again on her own.

A Baby Rhino Is Saved With CPR After A Surgery To Have Her Horn Removed.

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