still cant beat your Rhino-cum-Great hornbill shot lar....:lovegrin:wkcheah76 said:wow! Wonderful lighting! :bigeyes:
Not really.sharkspin said:Good to know that these great creatures have been spotted across our island. Hope more reports of such and other sightings can be posted here. Rarely seen on the mainland.
erm haha you won't want to know what happenedJediForce4ever said:Not really.
I have got a tip from the experts that the OPHB are common at UpperSeletar Resivoirs.
Too bad the Rhino and Great Hornbill escapees are both of the same sex....or what would we get?a cross breed?;p
slaam said:Guys , pls keep a lookout for poachers when you spot interesting birds am not sure how you would trap a hornbill.. but it would be sad if the small population is gone due to poaching ... hopefully nothing like that flying lemur incident happens for other animals