Rhino trainer to train on a farm

A rhino trainer from California is set to take on the world for the first time in his life as part of a new training programme for the animals.

The former US Fish and Wildlife Service ranger is hoping to take the first wild rhino to the wild in the wild since 1972.

Rhino trainer Michael Korsh plans to use his experience to train the rhino in the UK.

He is hoping that his training and knowledge of the animals can lead to them being introduced to the UK to help reduce the impact of the disease on the wild population.

‘The rhino’s been hit so hard in the last 20 years and they’ve been really suffering and they’re being hit by all the poaching and disease.

And there are just so many things that can go wrong, so there’s so many unknowns, that it’s hard to know how to help them,’ Michael said.

Michael, who has been working with the rhinos since 2011, will use the rhinoceros to teach them how to work in the fields, but also how to be a part of the community.

The rhinos will be in his care for at least six months before they are brought to live in a sanctuary in southern England.

While in England, Michael will work with a team of experts to try to reintroduce the animals to the country.

For the first year or so, they will have a basic training session at a wildlife park, where they will learn how to hunt, hunt and hunt.

But Michael hopes that by the time they reach the sanctuary, the rhins will be ready to be used as a hunting ground.

Once they reach England, the team will move on to training at a zoo in the US, where the animals will have the opportunity to interact with humans.

There are around 1,000 wild rhinos in the world, but only around 100 are being kept in captivity.

After returning home, the trainer will be able to take them on walks and to feed them.

They will also be able do basic exercises and be given the opportunity for play, with the option to use a rope or other objects.

When they reach adulthood, the animals should be able be used in the traditional way of breeding, where females will give birth to a calf.

Michael hopes that his efforts will help to reduce the poaching of rhinos by increasing awareness among hunters and the public.

Although he has no formal training, Michael is a passionate animal lover who has dedicated his life to helping animals.

His passion for the wildlife is reflected in his training.

He believes that the best way to train a rhino is to teach it skills such as how to interact and interact with other animals. 

Michael said: “It’s about using animals to help us understand and help us protect wildlife, not to kill it.

I think it’s a great opportunity to help the rhina.”