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In ancient Roman times, the Indian rhinoceros was a popular sight in circuses to which it had been introduced by Pompey. After the fall of the empire, it disappeared from Europe, later leading to the opinion that it had never existed, and not until 1513, when an Indian potentate sent one to the king of Portugal, did it return. Today, this unaggressive herbivore could disappear again, and this time there would be no way to bring it back. And while photography can record it for posterity, more importantly it can help save it and the rest of wildlife. A convenient and dependable research tool, photography can help gather the information wildlife conservationists need. And as a means of communication, it is at once accurate and expressive, opening people’s eyes to the great beauty of nature, looking at a photograph of the Indian rhinoceros, for instance.