Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure Zoo and Museum - Salina, Kansas
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August 17, 2013

Dromedary camel.
[Close up of camel looking straight at the camera. Only the left eye and ear are visible as it appears the camel is looking at us down its nose.]

The same camel lets us know the grass is tastier on the other side of the fence.
[One hump camel has its head through the face eating the grass outside the enclosed area. Mostly dirt in the enclosed area.]

African Painted Dog resting its eyes.
[Dog with a variegated coat - tan with black, wavy stripes and white markings is lying on the ground with its head upright and looking at the camera.]

Addax (native to North Africa and critically endangered).
[Deer-like animal with long twisted horns rising several feet from its head. It's hide is white with a few brown splotches on its head, nose, and throat area.]

Red Kangaroo resting in the grass. This is the largest of the nearly 60 species in the kangaroo family.
[Kangaroo resembles a very long-bodied dog lying in the grass. Its hind legs are out to the side and not under it like a dog would do.]

Giant Anteater on the move (as seen through a fence).
[Furry animal with a long, hose-like nose and a very long-haired tail walking on the grass. It fur has some variegated stripes on it.]

Male giraffe at feeding station.
[The head and upper part of the neck are visible near the bars of the feeding trough. The spot pattern from the neck continues only on part of the face as the area around the eye is solid color.]

Southern White Rhino with its keratin (same material as human fingernails) horns.
[Face of a rhino inside the rhino barn (in a cage). It has two very long horns sticking out of its forehead and nose area. The horns appear to be several inches in diameter and up to a foot long.]

Different white rhino taking an outside stroll before returning to the rhino barn.
Garage door is open so they are free to go in and out
[Rhino walking in the grass. This one has shorter, but thicker horns. A hump can be seen just above the neck area.]

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