216. Catching up with Rhino
Photo By: Bertrand Linet
Posted Date: 16 June 2008
The One-horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros Unicornis) are found in Nepal. Because of human influence their range has shrunk and now they only exist in small populations in northeastern India and Nepal. It is confined to the tall grasslands and forests in the foothills of the Himalayas.(Wiki)
Children at Sauraha grow up close to these wild animals, and nature. It was shot from Chitwan National Park.
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thanks shamesh for wonderful comment on Rhino preservation
Beautifully captured. I have never seen human and Rhino walking hand in hand. It’s quite Inspiring. We have to preserve this animal for our future generation. To tell them how gorgeous it is.
Interesting catch! Protecting this spectacular creature for future generation is a big challenge that lies ahead of us and this picture shows strong hope of rhino conservation.
Friends!! they look like friends.
Look at their bare feet .. moving in harmony 🙂
Her expression .. simply loved it completely…
fantastic, never imagined it could be possible. God protect them and many millions may born soon.