Local charity, The Rhino Momma Project, which was established in 2011 with the aim of increasing rhino populations and genetic diversity, not only in Namibia, but across the rest of southern Africa as well, is currently taking care of two young rhino calves that were abandoned by their mothers. Between now and the time they are weaned, each of the calves will consume an astonishing 10,000 litres of milk. This, together with nourishing supplements, medical attention and round the clock care means costs are mounting. To find out more about the calves and how you can help, visit the Future Media website for the full story.