AFRICA (KXAN) - The standoff between the rare and notoriously aggressive black rhino and a cameraman is intense.
According to the video, these rhinos are the perfect combination of aggressive defense and speed -- with the ability to travel up to 30 mph.
A pair of cameramen spotted the rare rhino in Africa while driving around, and while most people would be happy to get a clear and steady shot of the rhino on camera from the safety of their car, that didn't happen this time.
At the last second, a sharp sound that deters him from a full charge.
Maverick filmmaker Kim Wolhuter had other ideas, according to the video. After misjudging the situation from a camera viewfinder that makes it seem as though things are farther than they appear, Kim gets stuck in the standoff.
At that point, he'd gotten too close to the rhino and had no choice but to stand his ground. Otherwise, he'd risk alarming the animal to charge.
Kim's filming partner was capturing the wider shot of the situation unfolding, and he said he didn't want to startle the animal into charging Kim, either -- so he kept back.
The video was captured as part of Discovery's new series "Man, Cheetah, Wild."
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