Photograph of World Wildlife Fund founder Peter Scott reading to a white rhino
Photograph titled 'Peter Scott and the White Rhino'. Caption on back reads: 'To publicise the fourth anniv. of the World Wildlife Fund, Peter Scott went to London Zoo to be photographed with the Panda, but the Panda would not co-operate, so Scott suggested the White Rhino. O.P.S. Peter Scott seen reading passages from the first report of the Wild Life Fund to Beni, a 3 ton, 7 year old female from Uganda.'
Photograph by Tony Elyes for The Sun, 27 September 1965.
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- visual and verbal communication
- Daily Herald Archive at National Science and Media Museum
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