Phila, a 5-year-old black rhino cow shot by poachers, charges around her new enclosure after being offloaded at the Johannesburg Zoo in Johannesburg, South Africa, 25 October 2010. Phila was bred to help establish a viable herd of the critically endangered black rhino in the Modimolle district, some 250 km north of Johannesburg. She was shot twice in the wild and seven times more after being moved to a ‘secure’ boma, all for the small stub of horn that was left after she was dehorned in an attempt to save her from becoming a poachers’ target. She was then moved to another secret location, but helicopters were seen on two occasions flying low overhead. Phila’s injuries were severe, but not life-threatening. She received continuous medical treatment for her injuries to recuperate in her sanctuary at the Johannesburg Zoo.