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Nick Kleer

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Nick joined the Londolozi team from Thornybush Game Reserve, and immediately began revealing his photographic potential, especially in the passion with which he pursued knowledge. An almost fanatical approach to improving his photography has seen him gain a rapid understanding of all the ...

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Darlene Knott
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Wow, this was an amazing sighting! I would so loved to have been there. Just seeing the photos makes me want to hop on a plane! However, I know that this is rare. You were so very fortunate. Thanks for sharing the amazing photos and relating the story.

Dawn Phillips
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Wonderful story! Thank you. I hope this means another little one for the future of the precious rhino.

Alison Smith
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Thank you for sharing Nick and Rich! didn’t think I’d ever see or read about this!Sympathy for the female!

Sibu
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Thank you for such a wonderful article Nick, learned more about the precious Giants. So only one calf is born ? has there been any reported cases of twins ?

Nick Kleer
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Hi Sibu. Although twins have been recorded in big mammals such as elephants and rhinos in the wild it is highly unlikely and uncommon.. Thanks, Amy

The Schwarz Family
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We were so lucky to witness this amazing scene with you. Thank you for making our trip so memorable.

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Nick & Rich for sharing this amazing spectacle! Your pictures & video are so beautiful <3

Vicky Sanders
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WOW! I would give anything to be able to see something like this. What an amazing sighting! And poor female…2 tons…oh my!

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