Baby Rhino

WWF - WWF African Rhino Programme~ WWF has been involved in rhino conservation and management in Africa for nearly 50 years.

4880 black rhinos left

Governments meeting in New York next week for the Opening of the United Nations General Assembly should seize the opportunity to accelerate efforts to combat illicit wildlife trafficking, WWF says.

3 out 5 remaining rhino species are critically endangered

Protect endangered species, including the african wild dog, at World Wildlife Fund. Learn about the ways WWF works to conserve a future where people live in harmony with nature.

Stop the Murder of Rhinos!

The black rhino can run at speeds of 55 km per hour

Sumatra Rhino

Sumatran Rhino: Critically Endangered – primary causes of endangerment include: habitat loss Illegal wildlife trade and genetic loss


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