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Malaysia scilover Offline
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(09-20-2014, 08:25 PM)sanjay Wrote: White Rhinoceros or to give its correct English name, the Square-Lipped Rhinoceros.

A new image by wildlife photographer Tony Webb
http://photos.wildfact.com/image/17/threatened

is it just me or everyone who can't seem to be able to load the links? 

This site can’t be reached

photos.wildfact.com’s server IP address could not be found.
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@scilover
I have given that site to a friend. I don't have time and budget to keep it alive.
You can find the site at url: https://naturephotos.win/

and this is the new address of the above image
https://naturephotos.win/image/17/threatened
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