By Charlotte Regen
This cheeky pair of rhinos were caught in the act as on the African plains.
They were captured on camera when a group of tourists pulled up and were met with the unusual sight.
According to the safari guide, they weren’t the only ones watching – there was also two stunned elephants and a bemused cheetah.
Lucien Beaumont, a safari guide in Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Kruger National Park, SA, said: “It’s very rare to see rhinos mating in the first place, to see them with other animal is even more rare.
“It was the first time for me to see this so I was really amazed!
“There was also a cheetah watching.
“It was also the last sighting of their safari, so it was an amazing way to finish off a trip.”