This animal is a wild animal species of rhinoceros named Fausta,
Fausta is a female rhino across the country, at the age of 54 years, and needs good care to continue to pull tourists and scientists from all corners of the world according to the government startment.
Fausta lives in Ngorongoro Conservation zone (NCA) under extraordinary care and full security for 24 hours abstaining from being assaulted by different creatures like hyenas and wild pooches because of her old age.
The purposes behind rhino Fausta's care to spend an aggregate of Sh768 million every year for nourishment .
Be that as it may, the administration has said those expenses are normally in view of the esteem and significance of this mammoth who her family is undermined.
Administrator of innovative work of the Ngorongoro Conservation Ecology, Asantaeli Merita said yesterday that his care started to cost a considerable measure of cash after the begin administered to in a specific district.
Merita said that because of the rhinos in the region, there are 15 extraordinary troopers who watched in movements for 24 hours and there is an auto which is a scope of requirements, including grass bear nourishment consistently.
He said keeping in mind the end goal to control the sickness that rhinos had been debilitated, NCA used to cost sustenance supplements luseni type of which is accessible in Kenya and has been sent to a similar nourishment twice per month.
He said luseni utilized by Fausta is not quite the same as luseni of dairy bovines that are accessible locally.
Merita said there are prescriptions that ought to spend like clockwork.
Merita said the advancement of the recreation center is essential to keep on being given unique care to Fausta that in spite of embeddings remote trade worker, has likewise been utilized as a part of studies are exceptional nature saves.
Ngorongoro Conservation Authority has been bringing in more than TSh70 billion a year from visitors who come to visit the region. Half of the visitors who come in, visit the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.