Description: It’s hard to look at a greater one-horned rhinoceros (or Indian rhinoceros) and not think of dinosaurs.
Just look at this fine specimen spotted in Nepal’s Chitwan National Park along the East Rapati River. Located in the southern region of the Nepal, Chitwan is home to over 600 individual rhinos after they faced extinction only decades ago.
Chitwan is also home to Bengal tigers, over 500 bird species, crocodiles, sloth bears…..the list goes on and on. It’s a favorite stop on the Far Horizon Photo Tours: Wildlife, Temples & Vistas tour. It can also be added on to a trekking photo tour.
Title: Looking Down The Horn Of A Rhinoceros
Location: Chitwan National Park, Nepal, Asia
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