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National Geographic’s photo of the day: 20th December

The prestigious and worldwide magazine “National” Geographic” shares, every day, an amazing photo that is simply astonishing.  They give us the opportunity to see a fantastic picture about culture, nature… the themes are different each day.

Interior Design Magazines” will share with you, daily, the National Geographic photo of the day.

20th December 2013

Imperiled Rhino

Photograph by Richard Young

“Zimbabwe’s Matopos National Park had 86 white and 36 black rhinos ten years ago. Poachers have reduced these numbers to only 9 white 17 black rhinos today. These numbers say it all. The park’s oldest white rhino, Gumboot, was killed by poachers just two weeks before I took this picture of Swazi 2, his horn cut off to help protect him from poaching. If we do not act now to save them from poaching, we will be the generation responsible for the extinction of the rhino in the wild.

(This photo and caption were submitted to the 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest.)

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Source: National Geographic

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