The largest rhino farm in the world, which is home to 2,000 animals and located in South Africa, has been bought by the NGO African Parks, the organisation said Monday. "African Parks has stepped in as the new owner of the world's largest private captive rhino breeding operation," the conservation NGO said in the statement. The rhino farm was previously owned by 81-year-old South African conservationist John Hume, who auctioned the property earlier this year. The NGO said it received from the South Africa government. African Parks, which manages 22 protected areas across the continent, says it plans to return 2,000 southern white rhino to the wild over the next 10 years.