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WHOS CIVILISED NOT LONG AGO THERE WERE LESS THAN 200 OF THESE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS ,THERE ARE NOW APPROX 2,600,THANKS TO THE EUROPEAN ENDANGERED SPECIES BREEDING PROGRAMME. Geotagged,Indian rhinoceros,Rhinoceros unicornis,United Kingdom Click/tap to enlarge PromotedCountry intro

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NOT LONG AGO THERE WERE LESS THAN 200 OF THESE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS ,THERE ARE NOW APPROX 2,600,THANKS TO THE EUROPEAN ENDANGERED SPECIES BREEDING PROGRAMME.

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  1. Fantastic, finally an Indian Rhino, even if it is in a zoo...promoted!
    Fantastic that their numbers are increasing but they are still in great danger, just like the African ones, so sad.
    Posted 8 years ago, modified 8 years ago
    1. it is sad good job there are some people who care
      Posted 8 years ago
  2. omg…. he so much reminds me of my Grandfather :o Posted 8 years ago
    1. really i had an uncle once that looked like a bulldog
      Posted 8 years ago
      1. My grandpa was missing most of his teeth… when he had his partial out I swear he looked just like mr. rhino Posted 8 years ago

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The Indian rhinoceros , also called the greater one-horned rhinoceros and great Indian rhinoceros, is a rhinoceros species native to the Indian subcontinent. It is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, as populations are fragmented and restricted to less than 20,000 km2 .

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Uploaded Sep 10, 2014. Captured Jan 27, 2001 00:45 in Chester Zoo, o/s Zoo Main Entrance, Chester, Cheshire West and Chester CH2, UK.
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  • ISO100
  • 33.6mm