Looking Back

The Rhino Family Tree is over 50 million years old, We are told, since We can’t count very well. But it is a grand old tree, and We feel it in our Rhino bones.

This diagram is to show you, like a tree grows, so have We, getting older and in many experimental ways, probably better. Each few million years Nature gives Us a selective makeover, but the core remains pure Rhino.

We just wanted to point it out for you… a wee reminder.

2 thoughts on “Looking Back

    • Time is so confusing, at least for me. Until we are proven wrong, tomorrow is a given, but trying to conceive of the yesterdays that got us here is pretty astounding, like many natural phenomenons, the complexity and variety is beyond sensible computation. Not that I am tooting my computational skills, mind you.

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