Rhino Photo of the Week
Originally uploaded by DraconianRain
This week’s photo is by Flickr member Meghana from Pune, India.
The photo was taken on 7th Jan 2007 at Pabitora wildlife preserve, Assam, India.
Caera settings: Yashica Electro GSN rangefinder, ISO100 colour negative film. F/1.7
This was clicked early in the morning at around 7 AM in the eastern state of Assam in India. We were on elephants to see the majestic Indian Rhino. Pabitora is a small sanctuary as compared to the bigger Kaziranga, and there has been no poaching there since the last 2-3 years.
2 thoughts on “Rhino Photo of the Week”
Really wish that more people would understand how poaching is not only killing animals, but in turn killing us.
My second grader is doing a report for school on a white rhinoceros. We have looked everywhere for information about what the average length of a white rhino is at birth. I am wondering if you would have the answer or if you would know where he could find the information. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.