Rinoceronte negro

Rinoceronte negro

Precious - Ongava, Namibia 2013  The rhinoceros. Picture: DAVID YARROW, THE KENYAN COLLECTION 2014

Precious - Ongava, Namibia 2013 The rhinoceros. Picture: DAVID YARROW, THE KENYAN COLLECTION 2014

Rhino... one of Africa's jewels ♥

Rhino... one of Africa's jewels ♥

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Tiny rhino calf! And here's where you can spot them: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/botswana/khama-rhino-sanctuary/hotels/rhino-sanctuary-trust

Tiny rhino calf! And here's where you can spot them: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/botswana/khama-rhino-sanctuary/hotels/rhino-sanctuary-trust

we love all things horned!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

we love all things horned! More

[> Happy World Rhino Day! Thousands of rhinos are killed every year and the population is rapidly going down. In order to the stop poaching, we need to step up and speak out to the world. There is still hope, more and more action is being taken to save the rhinos in Africa because of warm hearted people risking their lives to save another's. Today we remember the rhinos left in this world, and the people who protect them. + + +

[> Happy World Rhino Day! Thousands of rhinos are killed every year and the population is rapidly going down. In order to the stop poaching, we need to step up and speak out to the world. There is still hope, more and more action is being taken to save the rhinos in Africa because of warm hearted people risking their lives to save another's. Today we remember the rhinos left in this world, and the people who protect them. + + +

Black rhinoceros, Kenya, declared extinct in some areas of Africa - All rhinos are facing extinction due to poaching. The horns are worth more than their weight in gold. Warlords and poachers fueled by greed are slaughtering rhinos at a frightening rate.

Black rhinoceros, Kenya, declared extinct in some areas of Africa - All rhinos are facing extinction due to poaching. The horns are worth more than their weight in gold. Warlords and poachers fueled by greed are slaughtering rhinos at a frightening rate.

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