Give the gift of conservation this Valentine's Day

Flowers wilt, and that box of chocolates just could go straight to your hips! So do something different for your nearest and dearest this Valentine’s Day – “adopt” a Sumatran rhino for your loved ones, and give a gift that will last for years to come.
The Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary, a 250-acre complex located within Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra, Indonesia, is currently home to five rhinos that are part of an intensively managed research and breeding program aimed at increasing the Sumatran rhino population in the wild.
With a donation of only $30, you can feed and care for a rhino for 2 days; a $60 donation will pay for 4 days. Your donation also ensures veterinary care and upkeep of your rhino’s habitat, and might even help to result in the birth of a new rhino baby!
In honor of your adoption, your sweetheart will receive an adoption certificate and a photo and bio of his or her rhino, as well as regular updates on the rhino and IRF’s work to protect and conserve rhinos worldwide.
So spread the love this Valentine’s Day, and help to protect the critically endangered Sumatran rhino from extinction by adopting a rhino at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary. Learn more about the rhinos available for adoption and adopt a rhino for a friend or loved one today!
(Please submit your adoption request by February 8 to ensure that you’ll receive the adoption package by Valentine’s Day.)

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