Tapir en el cenote de nohbec
We were so focused on watching the herd of wildebeest that we didn't notice this guy until he was all the way down to the edge of the water!
Semi-wild horse, likely of the "Garrano" breed
A closer view of the rhino's head, showing the entire horn.
Donkeys are used as transport from Luxor up to the Valley of the Kings.
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Foot print in the mud, identified by our master guide from the lodge
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...