Rare rhinos spotted in the wild for the first time in 26 years

Thu, 09/20/2012
Rare rhinos spotted in the wild for the first time in 26 years

If you are following the news these days, you likely know that rhinos are in crisis. 

Experts agree that the rampant illegal killing of black and white rhinos in Africa for their horns is at a point where the global community must band together to fight the poaching of this species, or else risk losing this incredible group of animals during our lifetime. 

In Sumatra, a horned little 60-pound bundle of hope for rhinos

Mon, 06/25/2012
In Sumatra, a horned little 80-pound bundle of hope for rhinos

On Saturday, June 23rd, hundreds of conservationists, veterinarians and rhino-lovers around the world waited for news from the deep jungles of Southeast Asia. A female Sumatran rhino living in a breeding facility in Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra, gave birth to a baby male rhino calf named Andatu (a combination of his parent’s names and a shortened version of the Indonesian expression for “gift of god”).