Rhino Populations At the Tipping Point
Rhino populations are at the tipping point, barely keeping up with devastating losses from poaching. In Africa, criminals killed more than 1,100 rhinos 2017. Black rhinos in particular have undergone an observed decline of more than 80% in recent generations, which is a serious cause for concern.
IRF’s success in saving rhino populations around the world depends on communities, businesses and people like you. There are many ways to help!
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