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    A rhinoceros charges the photographer in Africa ~ photograph by A. Dugmore, May 1910. National Geographic

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    • Fern

      A rhinoceros charges the photographer in Africa- photograph by A. Dugmore, May 1910. National Geographic #photography #wildlife #vintage

    • Kelsey Hamersley

      A rhinoceros charges the photographer in Africa ~ photograph by A. Dugmore, May 1910. National Geographic (If I were him, I would NOT be taking a picture just then...)

    • Carolyn Page

      A rhinoceros charges the photographer in Africa ~ photograph by A. Dugmore, May 1910. National Geographic How sharp the image, and how steady the photographer's hand!

    • Jacque Coyne

      a rhinoceros charges the photographer in africa - photograph by a. dugmore, may 1910, national geographic

    • Sarah Hung

      A rhinoceros charges the photographer. National Geographic

    • Victoria Sellers

      Antique photo from National Geographic

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