Henrik Christoffersen

Henrik Christoffersen

Florida, USA

Meet Mischa the rhino

Mischa was born in 2018 in Kalahari, Namibia, and is now a true teenager. She a bit shy and trying to build her own rhino identity among all the other rhinos. She prefers to stay close to the other teenagers and have a sense of belonging to a group. She might be shy and a little unsure about herself at the moment, but we are sure that she will grow with grace and turn into a magnificent and determined adult rhino.

Mischa – a wild story that inspires action

Mischa is a gift of love. A loving and unique gift from a father to his daughter. A wild gift that inspires action and makes a lasting difference for decades. Read more about the wildest investment Henrik Christoffersen has ever made.

“Hey everyone! I just wanted to share something really special with you all. As you may know, I recently gave my 15-year-old daughter a unique gift – a rhino that lives in a sanctuary in Namibia, Africa. Now, I know some of you might be wondering why on earth I would give my daughter a rhino, but hear me out.

One of the most important things we can do as parents is to instill a sense of responsibility and care for the world around us in our children. And what better way to do that than to teach them about endangered species and the importance of protecting them?

By giving my daughter a rhino, I wanted her to understand the gravity of the situation we’re facing with these beautiful animals. Rhinos are one of the most endangered species in the world, and their numbers are rapidly declining due to poaching and habitat loss. It’s up to all of us to take action and do what we can to protect them.

I promised my daughter something that no other 15-year-old has, and I believe I kept my promise. I hope that this gift will not only bring her joy, but also inspire her to take action and make a difference in the world. Let’s all work together to protect these amazing animals and ensure that they have a future on this planet.”

What if we invested in the rhinos instead of killing them?

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