Attitude

The fork-tailed drongo is a medium-sized bird at 25 cm in length, including the tail. The fork-tailed drongo has a mainly glossy black plumage, with the wings being a little duller. This bird has a large head with a hooked black bill and a red eye. The tail is deeply forked. The fork-tailed drongo can be easily mistaken for a southern black flycatcher as the two birds are very similar in appearance, except the drongo has a red eye and the flycatcher has a brown eye.
Info source URL: http://southafrica.co.za/fork-tailed-drongo.html
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The photo was taken 2018-10 at Drakensberg Sun, Winterton, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Attitude

Khaki

Rolling around in the mud is, however, more than just fun for elephants. Mud baths serve a critical purpose for elephants. Under the harsh African sun, the heat and UV radiation can be deadly and with their few hair and sweat glands they have to find other ways to cool off. Romping around in mud not only cools them down but provides a protective layer to shield their body from the sun’s rays and it is also relief them from insect bites.
Info source URL: https://www.campkuzuma.com/mud-baths/
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The photo was taken during January 2015.

Khaki

Junior

* A newborn rhino should be up and walking within one hour after birth but will remain wobbly for a few days
* Average birth weight in black rhinos is 35.5 kg and 62.7 kg in white rhinoceros
* A newborn rhino should start nursing from its mom within the first five hours and will start grazing at around 2 months of age
* Pregnancy in rhinos is generally 15 to 16 months.
* Rhinoceros milk is more dilute than that of other hoof stock, being high in carbohydrates, low in solids and proteins, and very low in fat.
* Calves remain with their mothers from 2 to 4 years.
Info source URL: https://therhinoorphanage.co.za/about-the-rhino/rhino-facts
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The photo was taken during February 2019.

Junior