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Adam Bannister

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on The definition of HOPE: Rhino Calf

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Sheena
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Adam, your photographs are brilliant, the colour and definition magnificent, and the subject adorable – I am glad your mood was lifted – do you know the gender of the calf?

Keith
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It almost seems as if the mother is showing off her baby for the camera ,and the baby is so happy ,marvellous stuff ,thanks Keith.

Geri Potter
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I JUST LOVE those creatures!!! They remind me of little Bull Dogs…’bullies’! They have that same gaze and gait. I know they are powerful animals, but I just want to cuddle one! 🙂
Thanks for sharing HOPE!
(and I hope you are feeling better!)

Lavonna
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Thank you, thank you.

Sandy Johnson
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How delightful!

Syl
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Adam, what a beautiful blog. Yes…it gives us hope, but it also brought tears to my eyes. May they live long healthy safe lives.

Denise M.
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Adam…these are fabulous !!! and there is always hope…always 🙂

Arden Zalman
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Thank you Adam. This is why I have a tattoo of a rhino on my ankle. I carry the magnificent animal with me forever.

Patsy Weingart
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Adam I bet she’s a first time mother, do you know? Patsy

Adam Bannister
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Patsy, sadly I do not know the answer to this. It would be interesting to know though

Riana Ebertsohn
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All your stories about the animals at Londolozi are so awesome!! Can’t wait in the mornings to get the latest update. Your pictures are the best!!!!!

Adam Bannister
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Thank you vey much. I will keep them coming

Nick Mackman
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Just lovely! Watching the calf’s dainty steps coupled with ears twisting this way and that, adds up to a very special moment. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

Judy Guffey
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Being a ‘boar’ in the Chinese astrological signs…this year I’m carrying a rhino key ring for safety. I carry it because the animal needs safe keeping these days.
Great photos …. always great photos from you. Keeps me in touch with Africa from halfway around the world.

Mark's Mother
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I know Mark was on the vehicle with you and said it was the best sighting he has ever had.
Sitting at my desk at work, I get jealous every time your blog comes through! Many thanks for the awesome photos and text – I really do feel that I am at Londolozi everyday.

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