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Ok so I finally got to doing the second part. I think I am going to have to do like 2 more or 1 long one like this. Like the sharks graphics the info

MNN.COM›Earth Matters›  Animals  Infographic: Understanding the rhino wars  When rhinos rebounded from the brink of extinction last century, it was a historic, hard-fought victory for conservationists around the world. But now, within just five years, the global rhino wars have suddenly returned -- along with a few 21st-century twists

Infographic: Understanding the rhino wars

When rhinos rebounded from the brink of extinction last century, it was a historic, hard-fought victory for conservationists around the world. But now, within just five years, the global rhino wars have suddenly returned.

Ancient Wisdom...     Rhinoceros is a solitary animal and teaches how to be comfortable within yourself. Rhino is the embodiment of the axiom:  "Know thyself!" Since Rhino is an anciet animals, it often gives it totem people   insight into their own past lives.   Meditating on Rhino can often result in unlocking those memories.   Often how you see your Rhino gives insight into that past life.

Rhino - did you know that rhino horn is valued more than gold? Read up on what they are doing to help save this amazing creature: ♥♥♥

Black Rhinoceros, Kenya , declared extinct in some areas of Africa all Rhinos are facing extinction because of the mythical aphrodisiac properties attributed to ground rhino horn. The horns are worth more than their weight in gold. Warlords and poachers fueled by greed are making war on them at a frightening rate.

Black Rhinoceros, Kenya , declared extinct in some areas of Africa all Rhinos are facing extinction because of the mythical aphrodisiac properties attributed to ground rhino horn. The horns are worth more than their weight in gold. Warlords and poachers f

INFOGRAPHIC: Endangered animals from around the world | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

INFOGRAPHIC: Endangered animals from around the world

Xochitl Pliego- Because of human greed and monetary gain animals are endangered. This is due to poaching and deforestation. This infographic shows quantitative data to represent the endangered animals of the world.

At current poaching rates, elephants, rhinos and other African wildlife may be gone within 10 years.  Don’t let Africa’s majestic wildlife become history.

A helpful graphic for the Endangered Animals honor. At current poaching rates, elephants, rhinos and other African wildlife may be gone within 10 years. Don’t let Africa’s majestic wildlife become history.

There are just 4,240 black #rhinos left in the world. Photo credit: Federico Veronesi/www.federicoveronesi.com

AWF – Check out the Rhino!

There are just black rhinos left in the world. Photo credit: Federico Veronesi I think I shall give him the right of way!

Black Rhinos at sunset - Etosha National Park, Namibia

Black Rhinos at sunset - Etosha National Park, Namibia

Black rhinoceros, critically endangered species

The Rhinoceros, another survivor of the late cretaceous period. Their sheer girth and muscle along with their horns shows that they would have been hard to take down by other animals.

Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic

Funny pictures about How we're endangering animals. Oh, and cool pics about How we're endangering animals. Also, How we're endangering animals.

Poachers are brutally killing rhinos faster than they're being born. Sign the petition to put an end to the cruelty and save rhinos from going extinct.

Poachers are brutally killing rhinos faster than they're being born. Sign the petition to put an end to the cruelty and save rhinos from going extinct.

We will not be passing on the black rhino to our children, there are only 7 left in the world, not 70, not 17, 7! Just so that thier horns can be ground up and shipped to Asian countries.

A Black Rhinoceros Mother With Her Young Calf in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania, Africa. (Photo By: © Art Wolfe.

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