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Big herbivores!

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Gentle giant.... nope, but at least it kills fast when it gets something in its mouth.




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Markhor or Screw Horned goat . 

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(05-16-2020, 07:44 PM)fursan syed Wrote: Markhor or Screw Horned goat . 

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It says their number rose to 5800 (gross approximation, impossible to ascertain accurately all over the vast remote landscape they're thinly spread). Do you know what's the estimated number in Pakistan now?.. They did great work bringing them back from few hundreds.
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Huge common eland

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Excellent video featuring two prime eland bulls. Astonishing physique.

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White rhino...


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Some senegal derbianus.




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Beverly Joubert: " Spending time with rhinos is both emotional and inspiring. These lumbering animals are a marvel to photograph; their powerful presence is made all the more humbling when one considers the fragility of their existence. Rhinos need our attention. Right now, our biggest drive is to reveal their beauty, and also the atrocities they are forced to face.⁣


Along with an array of other photographers, conservationists, charity organisations and filmmakers, we recently supported an initiative launched by @graeme.green to create a #NewBigFive of wildlife. The project celebrates the world's species, both big and small, through photography and helps raise awareness about the threats they face. ⁣

Although the rhino has always been a part of the #BigFive, it still makes my list as I think Africa is epitomised by large iconic mega fauna and predators. With rhinos being poached at a rate of one every seven hours, our camera lenses that capture them now may save them later.⁣

You can read more about this wonderful initiative at @newbig5project.⁣"


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Angry Cape buffalo charging at a bush elephant!



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This Swedish man had several opportunities to let it be in time, but no... in the end it can be seen what happens, when people forget the nature of the wild animals.




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Nelis Wolmarans: " Somewhere in Africa... "





White rhino !
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Zhayynn James: " A massive black rhinoceros lumbers across the grassland, pausing only to watch our vehicle with curiosity. If you observe closely, you will notice that the both horns have been cut off. This isn’t an act of poaching. Rather, this is routinely done by the Rangers to ensure that the animal is not targeted by poachers. The horns grow back and once they reach a particular size, the Rangers will repeat the process. You can also see that there is a small white chip embedded in the horn, most likely for tracking. "


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The truth about hippos: herbivore or cannibal?
Hippos Eat Way More Meat than We Thought, and It Can Make Them Sick

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Kenyan rhino...


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Khalid: " One of the beautiful scenes that happened to me on safari, I saw a family of black rhinoceros, especially since it is considered one of the most difficult creatures to watch them "


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