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This is another caption, I was able to get at Edinburgh Zoo Scotland. I do have various other images of this Rhino which I most likely will upload.
Texture in the neck folds is really good. Who sold his horn? And what is he trying to chew on? Votes for interest. Lots of questions. TG
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Quote: Texture in the neck folds is really good. Who sold his horn? And what is he trying to chew on? Votes for interest. Lots of questions. TG
Thank you for the comment, lets deal with the questions now
Q.1 Who Sold His Horn A. The Indian One Horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) is also called greater one-horned rhinoceros and Asian one-horned rhinoceros in tale they are born with only one horn rather than the usual more common Rhino's you see in zoo, etc!
Q.2 what is he trying to chew on A. He is currently chewing on a piece of tree bark, which he found on the ground.
and again thanks for the comments, they all mean alot
Thanks for those answers. Tree bark. A mere play thing. The things one can learn from photos. TG
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