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solitary race
(Art by Effiong Samuel, Jun,2009; courtesy Environment Photocopy Book by Ellis Monk Et al.)

Rhinos are very solitary animals, when the next calf is born, ‘youngsters’ are driven off to find their own territories. They often learn to survive by holding on to their respective territories.

Life is a solitary race, so no one will live ours for us. Any assistance we get on its path should be appreciated and not expected. So we should learn to take responsibilities for actions and the lack of it.

Goodbye Sudan(1973 – 19 March 2018)

Goodbye Sudan(1973 – 19 March 2018)

Extinction is a terrible thing. Sudan was at the time of his death, one of only three living northern white rhinoceroses in the world, and the last known male of his kind.

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Post Author: Effiong Samuel

I may be practicing another profession, but the lives we live is Arts. I have had an interesting life with three best friends: my pen, my pencil and my camera! Exploring our friendship will be worthwhile.

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