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Who will start the ball rolling with an African image - the subject of which begins with R?

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Reticulated Giraffe - Meru National Park, 2011

Should this be under 'G'? Mix and match, perhaps I'll put one under 'G' just in case. :D

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Rhino, white. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, 2011

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Rhino, black cow and calves. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, 2011

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Rhino, white. Lake Nakuru National Park, 2011

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Rhino black, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. 2011. I think many of these were in my trip report, so sorry for the double up.

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No double up worries from me. I could look at these over and over again. Especially love the rhinos, Twaffle.

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R needs updating with fresh photos...

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IamFisheye

Rufiji River

 

As viewed from our cottage at Sand Rivers back in 2003

 

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Roan....

 

October 2016 - South Luangwa NP

 

Shy and wary, hiding in the trees ....

 

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@@Paul T Isn't that a Sable? Nope, on 2nd thoughts it could be a Roan.

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