Rhino Kruger National Park

A Kruger National Park game ranger has posted a picture of an overturned car – with no confirmation of what might have occurred. Image by Pexels

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A video that has been viewed over 1.7 million times has once again served as a reminder of the impatience of tourists inside the Kruger Park.

Rhino Kruger National Park

A Kruger National Park game ranger has posted a picture of an overturned car – with no confirmation of what might have occurred. Image by Pexels

Although not new, a video that has been viewed over 1.7 million times has once again served as a reminder of the increasing impatience of tourists inside the Kruger National Park.

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This SUV approaches five rhinos lying in the road.

Instead of dispersing at the sound of the vehicle’s engine, one rhino, followed soon thereafter by a second, gets up and walks towards the car which eventually reverses.

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Three and a half minutes later (when the video ends), the rhinos eventually saunter off into the bush having taught the tourists a lesson in patience.

Meanwhile, as reported by The South African website, Skukuza Golf Club inside the Kruger National Park is known as the ‘wildest’ course in the world – for good reason!

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Writing on their Facebook page on Thursday, the Skukuza Golf Club posted: “Just casually strolling the grounds to see which hole she wants to play next πŸ˜‚πŸŒοΈIsn’t she beautiful?”

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The stories of animals wandering the fairways and tee boxes at Skukuza Golf Club is stuff of legend.

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Playing 18 holes at Skukuza Golf Club is certainly a unique experience!

It’s not so much the bunkers and water hazards golfers need to be wary off, but rather the wildlife that roams freely.

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A couple of hours after that post, Skukuza Golf Club posted a second video of a pride of lions lying on a teebox.

We can only assume play was called off for the day …