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I took this from on top of an elephant in Royal Chitwan National Park.  The handler, climbing down to pee, told me he'd be "right back".  Out of nowhere appeared a baby rhino, and then, not far behind, her mother. I had no idea how to get the elephant to move, so there I sat, snapping pictures of some of the last one-horned rhinos (Rhinocerus unicornis) in the world and being very thankful that these magnificent creatures have such poor eyesight. [NOTE: see Scenes from Kathmandu for a brief explanation of what I was doing in the Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal.]

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