"Ol Pejeta was somber the last time I was there. It was beautiful, under the cover of tender greenery that's characteristic of the onset of Kenya's rainy season," writes Tony Karumba, a photographer based in Nairobi.
"But gloom hung in the air. Anyone who had had a chance to interact with Sudan, the world's last male northern white rhino who had just died, could sense it. His handlers, as polite and welcoming as always, seemed beside themselves."