We have the best cure for your midweek blues and it is nothing but a short video of a baby rhino. The eleven-second clip was shared on Twitter by Sheldrick Wildlife.The clip features baby black rhino Apollo, who bleats for his feeding bottle, and also squeaks after his keeper goes out of his sight for a moment. The keeper also caressed Apollo much to his delight.”Did you know black rhinos are vocal animals? Baby black rhino Apollo bleats for his bottle and squeaks loudly when a keeper pops out of sight for a moment. Then, when it’s time for bed, his deep breathing joins the chorus of other nocturnal sounds.