Category: white rhino

07.01.2021

Jim Jackson’s Passion and Innovation Remain an Inspiration Today

By taking an unconventional route into conservation, Jim Jackson followed his curiosity and passion for life and service, activating his…View Full Release »

04.28.2019

Facing Down a Crisis: How We Almost Lost the White Rhino

When talking about the Southern White rhino (Ceratotherium simum simum), we generally speak of the species as a conservation success…View Full Release »

04.12.2019

Facing Down A Crisis

Rhinos are in Crisis Two-thirds of the world’s five rhino species could be lost in our lifetime. Rampant poaching by…View Full Release »

04.09.2019

The Curse of the Unicorn – #NationalUnicornDay

In his book, The Future of Life, biologist Edward O. Wilson had this to say about the first time he…View Full Release »

03.15.2019

How Much Do Rhinos Sleep?

ZZZzzzzzzz…..Whether it’s slumbering, dozing, napping, snoozing or taking a siesta – sleep is essential for all creatures in the animal…View Full Release »

01.25.2019

#OppositeDay – Grazers versus Browsers

Rhinos are broadly split into two categories – grazers and browsers – based upon their style of feeding and the…View Full Release »

05.07.2018

Ear-notching to identify rhinos

Ear-notching is one of several different methods that trackers use to identify individual rhinos in Zimbabwe’s Lowveld region. In combination…View Full Release »

04.17.2018

“R” is for Rhinos: Home Range

“R” is for Rhino … and also for Home Range. Whether a rhino lives on the African Serengeti, in the…View Full Release »

04.11.2018

25 Things You Might Not Know About Rhinos

The word rhinoceros is a combination of two Greek words – rhino (nose) and ceros (horn). There are five living…View Full Release »

12.27.2016

A Few of our Favorite Things

© Gaschwald | Dreamstime.com For all of us, there is no greater joy than watching a rhino calf romp and…View Full Release »