When rhinos rebounded from the brink of extinction last century, it was a historic, hard-fought victory for conservationists around the world. But now, within just five years, the global rhino wars have suddenly returned.
There are just four northern white rhinoceroses left in the wild. Other subspecies are more numerous, but all have dramatically and severely declined over the last few decades. From I fucking love science (FB)
(19+) Best Horned Animals in The World [MAGNIFICENT HORNS]
David Gulden is a wildlife photographer. Gulden really inspires me because I want to go around the world and take wildlife photography. I like his style because he takes black and white. This emphasizes the details.
Rhino Mama and Baby. There is nothing like seeing a rhino in the wild. Black rhino in Zimbabwe.
Photo by @martinbuzora, from my new fine art collection “Dreams Of Africa”. This moment captures the gentle, peaceful nature of these prehistoric-looking animals who are struggling so much to find their place in the modern world. It is also an image of hope; for the bright and prosperous future of these mystical creatures - as well as our connection to the natural world. Featured in my fine art collection are dreamlike moments of Africa's most iconic wildlife. These images are a celebration…