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Follow the 2009 rhino census at Kaziranga National Park in India

Greater One-horned rhino. Photo by Gerard Lacz. Follow the 2009 rhino census at Kaziranga National Park in India, home to…View Full Release »


Crisis: Zimbabwe Update: April 6, 2009

Our Truly Dedicated Rhino Team We are so fortunate to have an incredibly experienced, dedicated and passionate team in Zimbabwe,…View Full Release »


Rhino Conservation Medicine Program Update

Rhinos at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) in Way Kambas National Park Because there are so few Sumatran rhinoceros managed in…View Full Release »


Crisis Zimbabwe Update – April 2, 2009

Another Rhino Killed A young female black rhino, called “Umlali” by the Lowveld Rhino Trust monitors, was shot by poachers…View Full Release »


Crisis: Zimbabwe Update: March 30, 2009

Poachers Target Black Rhino Mother After Killing Her Calf The sixteen-month-old calf of Sinikwe was killed by poachers on the…View Full Release »


Crisis: Zimbabwe Update March 23, 2009

Rhinos in Zimbabwe are now being specifically targeted and killed by poachers for their horns, often leaving behind calves that are still nursing and cannot survive on their own.


Crisis Zimbabwe: Poaching Threatens Rhinos' Survival

Rhino poaching deaths nearly doubled in 2008 – and these are only the deaths we know about! And, only two months into 2009, more poaching deaths have already occurred this year than during the entire twelve months of 2006.


New Javan Rhino Video posted

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Rhino Rescue | National Geographic Channel

In Rhino Rescue, Emmy-award-winning National Geographic filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert document a massive rhino relocation effort in Botswana. View…View Full Release »


Watch new video of the elusive Javan Rhino

Only 60 Javan rhinos are believed to survive and efforts to conserve them are hampered because so little is known…View Full Release »


Looking for Rhino Footprints in Peninsula Malaysia

My name is Maman Suherman or my friends call me Maman.  I have been a member of the Rhino Protection…View Full Release »


RPU Community Outreach Activity to Protect Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park

My name is Marsum; I am an RPU member. I work in Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (BBS) in Sumatra. One of my duties is helping with community outreach activities in BBS. This activity is not the main job of RPUs but is becoming an important component to help us to engage local villages and communities, and especially farmers.

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