Dramatic Attrition

8-13Hamlet

By the time Hamlet is over, almost everyone is dead. One by one, the whole cast is done in. Horatio, Hamlet’s pal, is left to assess the damages and wonder how he escaped Mr. Shakespeare’s lethal attentions. We suppose someone had to be left to explain how matters got out of hand.

Rhinos find this aspect of Tragedy interesting. Our worldwide numbers are thinning, so We pay special attention.

Fortunately for Us, Rhinos are stout-hearted critters; We march onward while the marching is good.

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