Graeme Mitchley captured this unusual picture of a group of rhinos’s in a row in Kruger National Park, South Africa. “I sat with this crash of five rhino for at least half an hour. They came closer and closer and managed to get them in a row. With all the poaching going on at the moment it is rare to see five together, let alone get them in a row”, says the amateur wildlife photographer.
The Saiga Antelope is one of the world’s most ancient mammals, having shared the Earth with saber-toothed tigers and woolly mammoths, 250,000 years ago. Thought to be extinct at one time, they are also referred to as living fossils.
With 165 #rhinos born from 3 species, including 5 generations of black rhinos & 7 generations of greater one-horned rhinos, our breeding program for these ancient ambassadors is unparalleled. #WorldRhinoDay