This is a young white, or square-lipped rhinoceros that was still traveling with its mom (not shown) at Pilanesberg, a mineral and game park in South Africa not far from the famous “Sun City” Casino northwest of Pretoria.
Notice the wide lip. It could easily be called the wide-lipped rhino to distinguish it form the other African species (“black” or “bush” rhinoceros). The mouth parts of this creature are actually designed to act as a lawn mower, as the animals spend most of the time grazing along in grasslands munching, munching, munching.
In fact, the W Rhinos are very cow like, with many individuals more docile than some cattle.