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KUNENE, NAMIBIA - APRIL 24: Mannetje Ganaseb, age 42, a lead Rhino tracker for Save The Rhino trust, lights a cigarette in a resting camp on April 24, 2008 in Kunene, Namibia. He participated in a 2-week survey with a walking safari with camels and a crew through 155 miles of proposed parkland through the savanna at Etosha National park, through rocky badlands, across the world's oldest desert, the Namib and the blinding dunes and fogy cliffs at Skeleton Coast on the Atlantic Ocean. One of the missions was to track the black Rhinoceros who is now brought back from certain extinction, and more than one hundred fifty of them roam free in this remote area. (Photo by Per-Anders Pettersson).