Here are a few more photos taken at the Mountain View Conservation & Breeding Centre outside Langley, BC last June. They breed rare and endangered animals and other creatures. The top image shows a couple of lemurs, primates of the infraorder Lemurformes native to the island of Madagascar off the African coast in the Indian Ocean. It was difficult to get any of them in the camera frame since they moved around very quickly. I ended up with a few images with no lemurs in them but they were there when I was about to snap the photo. The second photo is that of an Indian rhino, Rhinoceros unicornis, native to the grasslands and foothills of the Himalayas from northern Pakistan, Nepal and northern India. The tree is a favourite spot for rubbing. The animal had just moved from a position closer to the fence by the time I could take this image. The third and final photo is that of African wild dogs, Lycaon pictus (meaning "painted wold") at feeding time (not to be confused with the hyena, Crocuta crocuta). All three animals are endangered in their natural habitat. Check out the Mountain View Conservation Centre's website for further information.