04/12/2015, 9:28 AM
Canon EOS 7D Mark II, 1/1250 sec, f/7.1, 401mm (EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM +1.4x III), ISO 6400 (auto), Exp comp +1/3
This guy was great. He ate some hay from my hand and apparently thought human hand tasted good too. :)
Two close encounters with One-horned (Indian) Rhinos during a jeep tour of Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal: the first sighting was a large male who lumbered out of the forest to take a swim in a pool within feet of the trail; the second was an immature female lacking a horn.
An odd-toed ungulate is a mammal with hooves that feature an odd number of toes. Odd-toed ungulates comprise the order Perissodactyla (Greek: περισσός, perissós, "uneven", and δάκτυλος, dáktylos, "finger/toe"). The middle toe on each hoof is usually larger than its neighbours. Odd-toed ungulates are relatively large grazers and, unlike the ruminant even-toed ungulates (artiodactyls), they have relatively simple stomachs because they are hindgut fermenters, digesting plant cellulose in their intestines rather than in one or more...