Martin Briatka

Martin Briatka

Martin Briatka
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Black & White Rhino and Red bird Kids Art Prints by ialbert

Black & White Rhino and Red bird Kids Art Prints by ialbert

Cthulhu Original Oil Painting of The HP Lovecraft Monster Sci Fi Horror Art…

Cthulhu Original Oil Painting of The HP Lovecraft Monster Sci Fi Horror Art…

art blog - Shin Kwang Ho - empty kingdom

art blog - Shin Kwang Ho - empty kingdom

Amazing #rhino photo by @David_Yarrow #HappyAlert via @Ashley Yoon Hippo Billy

Amazing #rhino photo by @David_Yarrow #HappyAlert via @Ashley Yoon Hippo Billy

Road Rage | White Rhino in Okahandja, Otjozondjupa, Namibia | by Kit Wilde, via Flickr

Road Rage | White Rhino in Okahandja, Otjozondjupa, Namibia | by Kit Wilde, via Flickr

Rhino - did you know that rhino horn is valued more than gold? Read up on what they are doing to help save this amazing creature: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-11/22/army-protects-rhinos-from-poachers

Rhino - did you know that rhino horn is valued more than gold? Read up on what they are doing to help save this amazing creature: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-11/22/army-protects-rhinos-from-poachers

Rhino

Rhino

CHAAAAAAAARGE!!!! An adorable rhino calf practises charging at a group of tourists on a safari tour in the bush of South Africa

CHAAAAAAAARGE!!!! An adorable rhino calf practises charging at a group of tourists on a safari tour in the bush of South Africa

BLACK Rhino (Name and color of animal have nothing to do with each other) -  The black rhino has a pointed upper lip which is used to eat leafy plants, branches, shoots, thorny wood bushes, and fruit. Generally thought to be solitary (except mother and calf), they have a reputation for being extremely aggressive and charge readily at perceived threats.

BLACK Rhino (Name and color of animal have nothing to do with each other) - The black rhino has a pointed upper lip which is used to eat leafy plants, branches, shoots, thorny wood bushes, and fruit. Generally thought to be solitary (except mother and calf), they have a reputation for being extremely aggressive and charge readily at perceived threats.

Black rhinos can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 kilometers per hour).

Black rhinos can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 kilometers per hour).