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White Rhino Charging From Thornybush, South Africa

By , 21 April 2011

White Rhino Charging From Thornybush, South Africa
White Rhino Charging From Thornybush, South Africa

The population of Southern White Rhinos is about 14,500, making them the most abundant subspecies of rhino in the world. However, the population of the second subspecies, the critically endangered Northern White Rhinoceros, is down to as few as four individuals in the wild, and as of June 2008 this sub-species are thought to have become extinct in the wild.

White Rhino Charging From Thornybush, South Africa
 

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White Rhino Charging From Thornybush, South Africa

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