382 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS - Photo 353, taken August 30,2010, Royal Chitwan National Park.
This is a close as I’ve ever been to a wild rhino. The animals are just enormous — and ill tempered. Even more concerning is that when threatened they charge.
This is Royal Chitwan National Park, on the Southern border of Nepal and India.
Living in this environment, is over 700 species of wildlife, including 43 species of mammals. Both the King Cobra and the Indian Rock Python call Chitwan home; however, the real kind of this jungle is the Bengal Tiger. And although you probobly don’t want to be stairing at a wild tiger in the eye, he isn’t really the most dangerous thing living in this park. What you are really worried about is being trampled by a rhinoceroses.
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382 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS is a series of photographs from the archives of jonahkessel.com. Photographs span over eight years and include locations from all around the world. They fall in no particular order, but their own.
For an explanation of why there are 382 days in this photo series instead of the traditional 365 days, see this link. To make bets on how many days will actually pass by the time it takes Jonah to post 365 pictures, see this link.