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Black Rhinoceros Collection

The majestic Black Rhino, native to South Africa and Africa, is a sight to behold

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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhino, South Africa, Africa
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Male Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) running, Nakuru National Park, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros (rhino)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) and White Rhino (Ceratotherium simum) bulls facing off
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: African rhinoceros horns, 18th century
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) female browsing on herbs. Ngorongoro Crater, Conservation Area
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) covered in mud, Mud on skin Etosha National Park
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhino Endangered
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhino Charging
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) with very long horn, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Laikipia
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) stands in evening light on Chiefas Island in Okavango Delta
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) and dry grasses, Etosha National Park, Namibia
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) approaching waterhole with her calf close by. Etosha National Park
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Angolan giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis angolensis) and black rhinoceros (Diceros
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis), Etosha National Park, Namibia, May
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) Etosha National Park, Namibia. March
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Male Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), Phinda Private Game Reserve, Kwazulu Natal
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: RF- Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) looking threatening, Etosha National Park, Namibia, June
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) female and young in the mud, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Close-up of a female Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) staring at the camera, Namibia
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Side profile of Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) portrait, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Africa, Southern Africa, South Africa, Swaziland, Black rhinoceros
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhinoceros, 1863-79 (colour litho)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: African Rhinoceros (w / c on paper)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Eliza a black rhinoceros takes food from the hand of her keeper on her arrival at
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: African Rhinoceros (w / c on paper)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Eliza a female Black Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1928 (b / w photo)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: A Black Rhinoceros calf being bottle fed by its keeper, London Zoo
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhinoceros (coloured engraving)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Large four-footed mammals (coloured engraving)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Some Hunting Notes in South Africa (engraving)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: The Perils of Travel in South Africa, a Black Rhinoceros attacking a Griqua Hunters Waggon near
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Defeated
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) mother and calf, Solio Game Reserve, Laikipia, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis), male on the plains, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Male black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) silhouetted against clouds, Masai-Mara Game Reserve
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) looking threatening, Nakuru National Park, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) mother and calf, Solio Game Reserve, Laikipia, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) with very long horn, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Laikipia
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Male Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) rolling on its back in an open area, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros and calf standing in the long grass in Etosha National Park, Oshikoto, Namibia
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhinoceros walking through the long grass in Etosha National Park, Oshikoto, Namibia
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) running for cover, Maasai Mara National Reserve
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black rhino (Diceros bicornis) and White rhino (Ceratotherium simum)
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Young Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), Masai Mara National Park, Kenya
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: An endangered desert-adapted Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) browsing on a small green bush, South Africa
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Black Rhinoceros Collection: Kenya, Laikipia, Lewa Downs. A mother and calf Black rhinoceros


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The majestic Black Rhino, native to South Africa and Africa, is a sight to behold. With its powerful build and distinctive horn, this magnificent creature commands attention wherever it goes. In Nakuru National Park, Kenya, a male they are be seen running with grace and agility. Its muscular frame propels it forward as it navigates the vast savannah. A captivating encounter unfolds as a Black Rhino faces off against a White Rhino in an epic showdown of strength and dominance. These two bulls lock horns in a battle for supremacy that showcases the raw power of these incredible animals. Dating back to the 18th century, African rhinoceros horns have been highly coveted for their supposed medicinal properties. Unfortunately, this demand has contributed to the decline of the Black Rhino population over the years. Also known as the hook-lipped rhinoceros, the Black Rhino possesses unique features that set it apart from other species. Its prehensile upper lip allows it to grasp leaves and browse on herbs with precision in Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area. Covered in mud from head to toe, a Black Rhino stands proud amidst Etosha National Park's muddy terrain. This protective layer not only helps regulate body temperature but also acts as natural sunscreen against harsh African sun rays. One cannot help but marvel at the impressive horn adorning a Black Rhinoceros at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Laikipia. Towering above its head like an ancient weapon of defense, this long horn symbolizes both strength and vulnerability. As evening descends upon Chiefas Island in Okavango Delta, a solitary Black Rhino stands illuminated by soft golden light. In this tranquil setting surrounded by waterways and lush vegetation lies one of nature's most enigmatic creatures. Etosha National Park becomes an ethereal landscape when dry grasses sway gently underfoot while being grazed upon by a graceful black rhino.