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Morkel Erasmus

Some more from my archives...

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Csaba

Taken in Nakuru

 

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This one was taken in Kruger

 

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And one from Chitwan

 

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PRWinnan

No Location

 

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marg

just sleeping.....Maliiwangwe

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Dam2810

found that video on the web, find the behaviour of the rhino and hippos quite amazing. Hope game warden that i can post the link on this forum

 

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michael-ibk

Fascinating. They´re clearly very much in love. :)

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Peter Connan

Smewhere in Africa:

 

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marg

another two in Africa....

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sanjay

@@PT123 @@Rainbirder . Lovely moments are captures. Appreciate your work . Rhino need more protection then any other animals

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Bush dog

From Lewa Downs

 

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sanjay

Lovely Image.. Is it black rhino ?

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Bush dog

@@sanjay

 

No, it's a white rhino.

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Morkel Erasmus

Two more old units from a spot between the Atlantic and Indian oceans...

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JohnT

I took this in Africa. He's a very special friend.

Stands taller than me at his shoulder hump (5'8" +)

Taken on foot at close quarters.

 

 

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sanjay

@@JohnT , Marvelous Shot . Look Like some prehistoric Animal charging me

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Peter Connan

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michael-ibk

@@Peter Connan

 

Great shots all, but I really love the second one of the calf! :)

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Peter Connan

Thank you Michael!

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Dulini Moments

An excellent perch for an Oxpecker!

 

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Sar4h

Wow! Some of this pictures on here are fantastic!!

 

During our honeymoon on the Maasai Mara we were very fortunate to see the big 5 in 2 hours. This included 4 rhinos!!

This is my picture of a youngster.

 

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What's The Point

Black Rhino with 6 month old calf, Eastern Cape, South Africa. July 2014.

It's always an interesting moment when a Black Rhino decides to come and take a look at you !

 

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Treepol

Etosha

 

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Sabi Sands, 2011

 

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Lake Nakuru, 2005

 

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Zubbie15

Hi all,

 

This is a test to see if I can get the photo insertion to work. Pictures of several Black Rhinos we saw in the Kogatende region of the Serengeti in 2013.

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It was interesting to see that the baby rhino didn't have any external ear structures, the theory we heard was that it was a recessive defect expressed due to low population numbers.

Edit: anyone have any thoughts why the pictures are coming out small?

 

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