017. ‘TREAD LIGHTLY’. White Rhinoceros. Okonjima Bush Camp Area, Okonjima Reserve, Namibia
The white rhinoceros has a square jaw which is a distinguishing feature that marks it out from the black rhinoceros. It can commonly be seen in the Etosha National park in Namibia. It has a noticeable hump on the back of its neck. Each of the four stump feet have three toes. White rhino has this broad mouth which is used for grazing. The ears can move independently to pick up sounds.