I have something completely different I want to share with you today. We were in a small game park close by yesterday. In this park we have a few rhinoceroses, and as you can see on this pic, the horns of the rhinos are cut off. We unfortunately have many rhino poachers in South Africa at the moment, who kill rhinos for their horns. So the park rangers have to cut the horns off so the rhinos will not be killed. For some stupid reason, a whole bunch of idiots believe that the rhino horns can improve libido and what not else. In fact, the rhino horn has absolutely no value what so ever once it is cut off a rhino's face.The pic you see here was not zoomed, we were really close up, and they were not scared. Maybe that is why poachers have such an easy task to kill them.
Kariega Game Reserve. As you can see she has no horn left, it was cut off by poachers, and a really crappy job. Fortunately she survived the ordeal, but an operation was needed to save her. The last time I heard, she was fine and recovering. By looking at the pic above where the horn was cut off by a professional and the pic below where it was cut off by an idiot, you can imagine what that rhino had to endure.
This Cheetah is tame as a house cat and can be handled by visitors. What a beautiful animal. The Cheetah is the fastest animal on land, capable of up to 80 km/h for short distances. I have never heard of a Cheetah attacking humans. Not even in the wild.
My wife, Yolande. She