Animals

By Kristiana Hall

Talk about sex and the city! These hilarious snaps show rhinos mating in front of skyscrapers.

Highway maintenance worker, Lamak Sheikh, 56, was in for a surprise when he decided to take some city shots at the Nairobi National Park in Kenya.

PIC FROM Lamak Sheikh/Caters News

Two rhinos, along with a rhino calf, had already made themselves at home in his picture perfect scene.

Yet as he shot the images, the cheeky rhinos decided to get up to something a bit less PG.

Lamak, from Kenya, said: “It was lunchtime when I was driving to a picnic site to take my siesta and saw these white rhinos mating.

“It was another lucky day in my time at the Nairobi National Park.

PIC FROM Lamak Sheikh/Caters News

“I quickly positioned myself to make the skyscrapers of Nairobi as my background.

“It is surreal to see these gentle behemoths mating from a distance. And whilst they were mating, the baby rhino was nearby.”

The white rhino species are listed as near-threatened, with only three of the northern white rhino remaining in the wild.