Category: white rhino

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 »

11.02.2016

Here’s what your support has achieved in one African reserve.

In the midst of continuing rampant poaching in Africa, IRF’s core values – hard work, passion, partnership, and optimism –…View Full Release »