Zenfolio | Tom KELLIE | Nairobi — Diceros bicornis
Created 28-Jan-18
14 photos

~ The greatest single thrill of the game drive was a sighting of a pair of Diceros bicornis, Black Rhinoceros. They were browsing in high grass and shrubs, yet clearly visible at times. One crossed in front of the other. We heard a sound from them. To begin a safari with quality sightings of both species of African rhinoceroses was satisfying.
Black Rhino Sighting with SwallowDiceros bicornisBlack Rhino in Nairobi National ParkDiceros bicornis On the MoveTwo Black RhinosAfternoon Sunlight on Diceros bicornisTogether in Thick GrowthBlack Rhinos Passing in an AfternoonTwo Sets of HornsCurled Upper Lip GrazingIn High Grasses and ShrubsFrontal View of Diceros bicornisLooking Straight Toward the LensRibs Visible

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Keywords:Black Rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis, EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II, EOS 1D X, Kenya, Nairobi National Park