Zoning

In the Wild, We do not get much say-so about the rest of the cast; Nature decides who is featured today, and who are just extras. Still, We do get some tips on how to not be available for close-ups when things look dicey.

Comfort Zones vary widely. We can sit cheek-by-jowl with many other Rhinos, or other critters. But there are some We need to Avoid. Even in Tots, the understanding of when to Exit comes early on. Danger has an unmistakeable odor.

Comfort Zones are elastic. And We Rhinos are alert for any local alterations as they develop.

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