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Rhino on a game drive, Mala Mala, Sabi Sand game reserve, Mpumalnga province
Rhinoceros is a name used to group five extant species of odd-toed ungulates in the family rhinocerotidae, of which two are native to Africa and three to southern Asia.
The Javan, Sumatran and Black Rhinoceros are critically endangered, the Indian is endangered, with fewer than 2,700 individuals remaining in the wild, and the White is registered as "vulnerable", with approximately 17,500 remaining in the wild.
Mala Mala game reserve, located within the Sabi Sand Reserve in Mpumalanga province, is one of the great safari destinations in South Africa. It covers around 330 square kilometers of land.
PHOTO SOURCE: Lanz von Horsten, courtesy of, and copyright, South Africa Tourism, a department of the government of South Africa, used with permission.
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