A mother has called for tighter safety controls at West Midlands Safari Park after a charging rhino rammed into her vehicle while she was inside with her toddler and sister.
The Asian rhino caused £500 worth of damage to Vicky Liggins' car.
The bank worker, from Halesowen, says they were able to drive away.
The car's back light was smashed, the rear was crumpled and there were dents to the driver's side.
The safari park's bosses have apologised and sent Vicky £250 as a goodwill gesture.
The 26 year-old is now calling on barriers to be erected to prevent rhinos wandering in front of vehicles.
Vicky has criticised the way park top brass handled the attack, which happened three weeks ago.