Many of us do not have careers where we need to know the best practices for moving large mammals, such as the black rhinoceroses. But not all conservationists have this luxury. For years, they have been moving tranquilized rhinos by airlifting them from their feet. But, up until now, the effects of this type of transport on the animal were unknown. A new study, led by Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, has confirmed that it is, in fact, save to transport rhinos in this manner.