Wordless Wednesday-Rhinoceros

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After my earlier Rhino reblog I thought this photo of a Black Rhinoceros appropriate for

Wordless Wednesday

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We just felt like getting out and scratching the itch in this bloke’s eye to save him the trouble.

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Wordless Wednesday

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Wheels

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My contribution for this week’s

Wheels

challenge.

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I don’t know about other parts of the world, but is Oz we often refer to our cars as ‘…a set of wheels…’.

I saw this set of ‘wheels’ in Perth recently and thought of it as a potential contribution to something in the blogisphere.

 

My entry be late but thought I would use it in the Fun Foto this week.

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There “used to be” Rhinos

African rhinos will soon be extinct….a matter of a couple of years at the present rate poaching. It can only be described as fascinating to have seen them in their own environment. We hope to return soon….and all fellow travellers agreed that this was the future of Africa, the tourist dollar, and that simply killing the animals was abhorrent.

Fight for Rhinos

Just back from Kenya. What an amazing experience-getting to see, hear and live the culture I’ve heard so much about! I’ve learned new things, made new friends, and of course was “over the moon” seeing all the magnificent wildlife I love so much.

My prized memory was at Ol Pejeta; seeing a black rhino in the distance. After a bit, he came galloping out of the bush at us. He stood there for minute or so as if sizing us up, then turned and ran back. It was incredible.

DSCF2388There were a few rhino in the Lake Nakuru area as well. But, having been to Samburu, Amboseli, and Masaai Mara, the one disturbing theme was “There used to be rhinos here.” There are now none in Samburu or Amboseli, and rare spottings in the Mara.

With poaching stats at almost 800 for this year alone, it’s no wonder they’re so…

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