Would You Ask Them To Move? Three Rhinos Block South African Road For An Hour After Deciding To Take A Nap

South Africa

Traffic ground to a halt in South Africa – after three rhinos block the middle of a road for an hour.

The rhinos – one adult male and two young females – casually strolled into the road, halting traffic at 8.30 am on March 25.

The two youngsters then proceeded to lie down and take a nap – much to the amusement of motorists.

And relax ladies: You've earned a nice lie-down. Meanwhile I'll keep an eye on that ugly bunch over there

And relax: three rhinos decide to have a nice lie-down at Kruger National Park, South Africa, causing a traffic jam

What are you lot looking at?: Can't you just leave us alone for a bit of peace and quiet?

What are you lot looking at? No one was volunteering to move the rhinos after they decided to have a nap on the road

What's this smooth stuff?: We need to take a look at this

What’s this smooth stuff? The rhinos explore the road oblivious to the mounting traffic

The bizarre incident left traffic snaking around a corner, with drivers left with no choice but to watch on as the endangered species relax in the road.

Photographer Ursula Celliers, 55, captured the unusual sight as she sat in the tailback while traveling through Kruger National Park in Limpopo, South Africa.

Ursula, from Polokwane, South Africa, said: ‘Motorists were very surprised and patient. They all just waited for the rhinos to clear off from the road.

‘After an hour some of them decided to turn back and drove a few kilometers to seek a detour on gravel roads through the bush to reach their destinations.’

The rhinos eventually moved on, freeing up the only road between two rest camps in the rural area.

Be thorough now: Looks like a comfy spot, just check there's nothing sharp

Chilling out: The three rhinos stumble upon the road at roaming at Kruger National Park in Limpopo, South Africa

This tricky customer and two others caused quite a stir in South Africa's Kruger National Park, blocking a road and providing a rare wildlife spectacle

This tricky customer and two others caused quite a stir in South Africa’s Kruger National Park, blocking a road and providing a rare wildlife spectacle

By: dailymail.co.uk

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