National Geographic

Photo by @FransLanting | This black rhino may be helped by a glossy starling to get rid of pesky insects, but she is on her own against poachers who stalk her equipped with military hardware. On Sept. 22 we celebrate World Rhino Day and I’d like to draw attention to their plight and salute the organizations which are determined to stop the slaughter. That includes the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya where this image was made, which has set up its own paramilitary response team. Please, check out the links and consider supporting them in any way you can because only when we band together can we turn the tide. Please follow us @FransLanting and @ChristineEckstrom for more close encounters with rhinos. @LeonardodiCaprio @LeonardodiCapriofdn @Wildaid @World_Wildlife @Lewa_Wildlife #Wildaid #WorldRhinoDay #Rhino #SaveTheRhino #AspinallFoundationn #endangered #protection #naturelovers






Wen do es bist were ich mich nop wondern


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@mimio.momo اخ.ای وایییییی.یدفعه اینجا دیدمت




Cuidemos los ANIMALES son los "Dueños" del planeta Creamos lo.


@selia_baklizi خلص خجلتيني ئيي


@selia_baklizi خلص خجلتيني ئيي


We have already lost white rhino I think these rhinos r begging to reserve there spices but poachers only see there horn....


@ola_qadomi1 بس جد بشبهكك


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El rinoceronte- Piel gruesa,fuerte, territorial😍


@edithziona this is u present day.


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باز که اینجایی که؟ 😂😂😐@yas_mbn


👏👏😍incredible picture

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