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A Rhino saving a Zebra foal.:

A Rhino saving a Zebra foal.:

Rhinoceros    often abbreviated as rhino , is a group of five extant species of odd-toed ungulates in the family Rhinocerotidae . Two ...

Rhinoceros often abbreviated as rhino , is a group of five extant species of odd-toed ungulates in the family Rhinocerotidae . Two ...

Spanish photographer Marina Cano has been taking photographs since she was a teenager. Years later, she’s amassed an incredible portfolio and several award

Photographer Marina Cano Captures Wild Animals in Their Most Unguarded Moments

Spanish photographer Marina Cano has been taking photographs since she was a teenager. Years later, she’s amassed an incredible portfolio and several award

Onderwijs en zo voort ........: 3577. Zoekstarters : Find the rhino

Onderwijs en zo voort ........: 3577. Zoekstarters : Find the rhino

Rhinos in South Africa (by Dawn Valdez)

Rhinos in South Africa (by Dawn Valdez)

Lake Nakuru Rhinoceros.  Dangerous to mess with this guys kid.

Lake Nakuru Rhinoceros. Dangerous to mess with this guys kid.

Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia  #sunset  #nature #photography

Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia #sunset #nature #photography

theanimaleffect:  Clyde Closeup by Mark Dumont on Flickr.

theanimaleffect: Clyde Closeup by Mark Dumont on Flickr.

Illustrations by Patrick Seymour

Illustrations by Patrick Seymour

Kapela, the Rhino Calf  ~  Kapela, a baby black rhinoceros, runs during an exercise session at the Wildcare animal rehabilitation centre north of Pretoria, South Africa, May 19, 2003. Kapela was born two weeks premature and abandoned by his mother in a boma at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, and is being hand-reared after his transfer to the specialist center.

Kapela, the Rhino Calf ~ Kapela, a baby black rhinoceros, runs during an exercise session at the Wildcare animal rehabilitation centre north of Pretoria, South Africa, May 19, 2003. Kapela was born two weeks premature and abandoned by his mother in a boma at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, and is being hand-reared after his transfer to the specialist center.

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