Sep 09, 2014 12:58PM

Wild Cat Patrols African Savannah On A Rhino

Like a boss.

There's a new sherrif at South Africa's Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park (I really feel like Ron Burgundy reporting on 'Nutty The Watersking Squirrel' right now). A large-spotted genet (basically a miniature cheetah!) has been spotted riding both buffaloes and a white rhino in photographs from the park's camera traps, which photograph animals going about their bizness when humans aren't around. What a legend!

National Geographic suggests the Marsupilami look-alike may be eating the bugs off their backs (don't judge — we've all eaten gross things after a big night) or waiting for mice and other edible creatures to scamper out of the undergrowth as the rhinos and buffaloes trample the undergrowth. Oyster would like to suggest that the dude's just being a boss and wouldn't you ride a rhino if you could? Duh. 

Via National Geographic