World Rhino Day

22 September is #WorldRhinoDay! Help us raise awareness about rhinos #iam4rhinos
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WWF South Africa has a five-point strategic framework that we use to support rhino conservation – watch this space over the next five days for more details on our work. #iam4rhinos

WWF South Africa has a five-point strategic framework that we use to support rhino conservation – watch this space over the next five days for more details on our work.

WWF’s Black Rhino Range Expansion Project relocates rhinos to establish breeding populations in new locations. #iam4rhinos

WWF’s Black Rhino Range Expansion Project relocates rhinos to establish breeding populations in new locations.

Rhino paoching in Africa is linked to new uses and users of rhino horn in Asia. #iam4rhinos

Rhino paoching in Africa is linked to new uses and users of rhino horn in Asia.

22 September is #WorldRhinoDay! Help us raise awareness about rhinos #iam4rhinos

22 September is Help us raise awareness about rhinos

WWF provides vital equipment for rhino security and monitoring, like the camera trap that captured this mother and calf at a water trough. #iam4rhinos

WWF provides vital equipment for rhino security and monitoring, like the camera trap that captured this mother and calf at a water trough.

WWF and TRAFFIC are working together to shift perceptions about rhino horn as a status symbol in Asia. #iam4rhinos

WWF and TRAFFIC are working together to shift perceptions about rhino horn as a status symbol in Asia.

The Demand for illegal rhino horn in Asia is a serious threat to the survival of our rhinos. #iam4rhinos

The Demand for illegal rhino horn in Asia is a serious threat to the survival of our rhinos.

Our critically endangered black rhino need secure land where they can breed and thrive. This is what #BRREP provides. #iam4rhinos

Our critically endangered black rhino need secure land where they can breed and thrive.

WWF's vision is for people and nature to live in harmony, promoting the benefits of wildlife coexisting with local communities. #iam4rhinos

WWF's vision is for people and nature to live in harmony, promoting the benefits of wildlife coexisting with local communities.

The first lines of defence against poachers are local communities living near rhino populations. #iam4rhinos

The first lines of defence against poachers are local communities living near rhino populations.

#DidYouKnow 82% of Africa’s surviving black and white rhino are in South Africa? We need to protect them with help from our neighbours #iam4rhinos

of Africa’s surviving black and white rhino are in South Africa? We need to protect them with help from our neighbours

Bridging stronger law enforcement cooperation across borders is vital for wildlife. #iam4rhinos

Bridging stronger law enforcement cooperation across borders is vital for wildlife.

WWF promotes the use of forensic tools in combating rhino crimes. ‪#‎iam4rhinos‬

WWF promotes the use of forensic tools in combating rhino crimes.

Criminal syndicates involved in illegal rhino trade have become increasingly sophisticated. We need international governments to work together to disrupt these intricate illegal trade networks. Finding the weak points in these networks is critical to rhino conservation. #iam4rhinos

Criminal syndicates involved in illegal rhino trade have become increasingly sophisticated. We need international governments to work together to disrupt these intricate illegal trade networks. Finding the weak points in these networks is critical to rhino conservation. #iam4rhinos

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