Me­mo­rial to a species by brent stir­ton Grand ti­tle win­ner, Wildlife photographer of the year (also win­ner of the Wildlife pho­to­jour­nal­ist award: story)

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A black rhino bull lies dead in South Africa’s Hluh­luwe–im­folozi Park, shot less than eight hours ear­lier for its horn. Black rhi­nos were once the most nu­mer­ous of the world’s rhino species. Today, they are crit­i­cally en­dan­gered, with fewer than 5000 re­main­ing in the wild. (See our big in­ter­view with Brent and more cap­ti­vat­ing and mov­ing photos on page 66.) Lens Canon ef 28mm f/2.8 is usm Ex­po­sure 1/250 sec, f/9, iso200, flash

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