The skills required to be a human being are quite different than the skills required to be a rhinoceros. For example: human toddlers need to learn how to use utensils, learn how to use the bathroom in the toilet and learn how to play on a playground. Young rhinos need to learn how to defend themselves, learn how to be a member of a large group of animals and learn how to wallow. I’m not saying who has it better or worse, but as you can see in the above video, wallowing looks like a crazy amount of fun.

The above footage was shot at the Lion Country Safari in Florida earlier this month. The goofy baby trying to learn her way around the mud is a 155-pound Southern White Rhino named Anna, and as you can obviously tell, she’s incredibly adorable and very eager to fit in. She was named after famed conservationist Anna Merz, and luckily for her, she seems to have the same spirit and zest for life as the deceased rhino expert.

Cat and dog videos have been popular on the Internet forever, but with the widespread usage of high-powered cameras, more exotic species have started trending on at least a semi-regular basis.

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