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 Rhino Parasites - By Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick DBE - 9/24/2012
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The Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), a living relic of a more pristine period in the earth's history, must surely be one of Nature's most interesting and sophisticated animals. Having been called upon in my time to hand-rear over a dozen rhino orphans, three of them from newborn, I know them well, and yet hardly a day passes that I am not astonished anew by these ancient animals. To continue reading this fascinating article please access our NEW DSWT Wilderness Journal: http://www.dswtwildernessjournal.com/rhino-parasites-by-dr-dame-daphne-sheldrick-dbe/    

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