I remember a time when I built small mole skeletons by sticking the bones on a piece of paper using super glue. Amazingly the hobby developed to a point where, some years later we had a fully grown giraffe skeleton standing in our front garden.
*Image, courtesy of Pieter le Roux of "Saving the Survivors".
After surviving a poaching attack in 2015 a white rhino from the Eastern Cape in South Africa was viewed by many as the icon for anti-poaching groups. The 6-year old calf, dubbed “Hope” after surviving the attack, sadly died of intestinal infection on 15 November 2016.
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