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Harapan - Sumatran Rhino Now living at a special sanctuary in Indonesia helping to save his endangered species

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“The critically endangered Sumatran rhino is the smallest & hairiest rhino species!

Sumatran Rhino, thought to be less than 100 alive in the world, after habitat destruction and illegal poaching.

Sumatran Rhino, thought to be less than 100 alive in the world, after habitat destruction and illegal poaching. GET THE POACHERS.

Sumatran Rhinoceros

Sumatran Rhinoceroses (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardenis. It is the smallest extant rhinoceros species, as well as the one with the most hair. It can be found at very high altitudes in Borneo and Sumatra.

Did you know that there are five different species of rhinoceros? Apart from the two species native to Africa the famous Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros there are three other rhino species native to southern Asia. They are the Indian Rhinoceros, the Javan Rhinoceros and the Sumatran Rhinoceros. Some rhinos have only one horn, while others have two. They vary in size from the smallest Javan rhino to the largest White rhino. The word itself ‘rhinoceros’ comes from the Greek words ‘rhino‘…

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Did you know that there are five different species of rhinoceros? Apart from the two species native to Africa the famous Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros

Sumatran rhinoceros OH MY GOODNESS! I'm gonna kiss it!

Sumatran Rhinoceros

It's a boy! The birth of this Sumatran Rhino calf is a collaborative conservation success between the International Rhino Foundation, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden & Save the Rhino International. Read the whole story & watch 2 amazing videos.

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Sumatran rhinoceros grazing

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A Sumatran rhinoceros - one of the world's most endangered species - has given birth at a sanctuary in Indonesia.

Sumatran rhino born in captivity

A critically endangered Sumatran rhinoceros was born Saturday, June at an Indonesian sanctuary, only the fourth birth in captivity in more than a century, boosting survival hopes for the species, say conservationists.

Did you know that there are five different species of rhinoceros? Apart from the two species native to Africa the famous Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros there are three other rhino species native to southern Asia. They are the Indian Rhinoceros, the Javan Rhinoceros and the Sumatran Rhinoceros. Some rhinos have only one horn, while others have two. They vary in size from the smallest Javan rhino to the largest White rhino. The word itself ‘rhinoceros’ comes from the Greek words ‘rhino‘…

TOP 10 Differences Between the 5 Rhino Species

Did you know that there are five different species of rhinoceros? Apart from the two species native to Africa the famous Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros

[Protected Status: ENDANGERED] The two-horned Sumatran rhinoceros shares the bleak distinction of world’s most endangered rhino with its regional cousin, the Javan rhino. The smallest of the rhino family, the Sumatran rhinoceros lives in isolated pockets in dense mountain forests of Malaysia, Indonesia, and possibly Myanmar (Burma). Listed as critically endangered, there are less than 400 Sumatran rhinos in existence today. While some are in zoos, they rarely breed in captivity.

Unlike its Indian and African cousins, the critically endangered Sumatran rhinoceros is covered with patches of stiff hair, most prominent on its ears.

Julie Bishop axes funding earmarked to save endangered Sumatran rhinoceros

Endangered rhinos may be moved to Australia as ‘insurance’

Julie Bishop axes funding earmarked to save endangered Sumatran rhinoceros

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Greater one-horned (AKA Indian# rhino calf frolicking.

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