BARRIE, ONTARIO, CANADA – HELPS! RECENT NEWS ON HOPE. [2ND Entry Below] May 2016
→ CBC News
NOLA DIES OF OLD AGE. RIP.
→ WIRED Magazine [November 2015]
In this above photo taken Dec. 31, 2014: Nola, a 40-year-old northern white rhino who is only one of five remaining of the species, wanders around her enclosure at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park on a cold winter day in Escondido, Calif. Six female southern white rhinos arrived on a chartered MD11 flight from South Africa landed at the San Diego International Airport on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015. San Diego Zoo Global has one of the most successful rhino breeding programs in the world. To date, a total of 94 southern white rhinos, 68 greater one-horned rhinos and 14 black rhinos have been born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. [AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi]
A Young Rhino, Hope [below] Survives A Brutal Attack After Being Drugged And Having Her 2 Horns Removed, Then Left For Dead, Inside South Africa’s Lombardi Game Farm.
→ HUFFINGTON Post [May 2015]
↑ Uganda: Rhinos can live for 40-50 years, but many are hacked down in younger life for their horns. Statistics from South African National Parks show that 333 rhinoceros were killed in South Africa in 2010, increasing to 668 by 2012 and over 1,004 in 2013. In some cases rhinos are drugged and their horns removed, while in other instances more than the horn is taken. The IUCN Red List identifies three of the species as critically endangered. Adult rhinoceros have no predators in the wild, other than humans.
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White Rhino, Lake Nakuru, Kenya
The white rhinoceros has a wide mouth used for grazing and is the most social of all rhino species. The white rhinoceros consists of two subspecies: the southern white rhinoceros, with an estimated 20,400 wild-living animals in 2013, and the much rarer northern white rhinoceros. The northern subspecies has very few remaining, with only five confirmed individuals left [four females and one male], all in captivity.
Female Black Rhino and her Calf
The black rhinoceros or hook-lipped rhinoceros is a species of rhinoceros, native to eastern and central Africa including Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Angola. The species overall is classified as critically endangered, and three subspecies,
one including the western black rhinoceros, were declared extinct by the IUCN in 2011.
TOP 25 ENDANGERED ANIMALS IN THE WORLD. 
THE RHINOCEROS SADLY HOLDS 3 SPOTS.
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Vision: All five rhino species thriving in the wild for future generations
Mission: Collaborating with partners to support endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia
*The 5 species of rhinoceros need our help to make sure they do not go extinct, because of human greed, medicinal uses and the belief that horns ground into dust have therapeutic properties.
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