Thorsten Hanewald

Camera: Canon EOS R5

Lens: Canon EF 200-400 Ext1.4

Aperture: 5.6

Shutter speed: 1/1600s

ISO: 320

Description: On our safari in the Mara Triangle we were very lucky to spot the endangered black rhino.

Story from behind the lens: Black rhinos prefer fresh leaves as food, which they pluck from the branches with their pointed lips. That's why these prehistoric giants often stay in dense bushes and are therefore difficult to find. In addition, there are only a few black rhinos left in the Mara. We are all the more pleased that we saw so many mothers with young calves on this safari.