A family of Rhinos…

I have been sitting trying to figure out how best to showcase this family photo of Rhinos. I think I have found the link…here are some fun facts of rhinos…

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Rhinos are increasingly being wiped out of the face of the Earth. In the years to come scenes such as this one of a family of five Southern White Rhinos will be very hard to see.

Rhino pregnancies last forever, they last for upto 15 months :0

The closest living rhino relatives are horses and zebras.

A group of rhinos is called a crash.

At birth, baby rhinos, which are called calves, are still quite big, at 40 to 64 kg.

At just about 3 years old, the calf will set out on its own. A rhino can live up to 45 years.

What are some of the fun facts you know about rhinos or any other wild character…..

Can you name the species found on this photo?

Please share some of your fun facts as well

 

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the guy behind the camera

So who is the guy behind the camera…

The best response to this would actually be the posts that I am going to share with you all. As much as I  take my photography seriously I also enjoy capturing the moments which later turn into memories.

I invite you to journey with me as I explore the world of nature and adventure being the guy behind the camera…

Misty morning

Misty morning by the marsh

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Landscape

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Lions on the chill

Lions on the chill

At death not even the Hyena will scavenge upon the carcass of a Marabou

At death not even the Hyena will scavenge upon the carcass of a Marabou

 

The hiker in me with my friends [not seen :)] while camping at Mt. Suswa awhile back

The hiker in me with my friends [not seen :)] while camping at Mt. Suswa awhile back

Did you know...Giraffes only need to drink once every few days. Most of their water comes from all the plants they eat.

Did you know…Giraffes only need to drink once every few days. Most of their water comes from all the plants they eat.

 

More photos of my travels and experience from my view point …behind the camera