Classic Lewa - Sean Lee-Davies
A female black rhino stands with her calf taking shade under an Acacia tree at the Lewa wildlife conservancy, Kenya. Nowadays, it is rare to see a rhino with a full horn as most are shaved off to protect them from poachers. A rhino's horn is made of keratin, the same material as human hair or fingernails. But the real treasure is the experience of seeing the incredible wildlife, like the majestic black rhinos, flourishing in their natural environment, safe from poachers and free to express their primal beauty. At Lewa, they've created an unforgettable habitat.