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The stegosaurusish appearance of a rhinoceros evinces an ancient time, when man and manmade machines weren't the "top predator," yet every kind of rhino everywhere on Earth is endangered. To see these massive animals in a natural setting is inspiring-this event hopes it's inspiring enough to help save them.

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5:30 p.m. May 10 at White Oak Conservation, 581705 White Oak Rd., Yulee, $200, whiteoakwildlife.org.

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