Will the African rhino share the same fate as the African elephant? On May 5—Cinco de Rhino—learn what Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is doing to protect the rhino and what you can do to help. http://www.aidforafrica.org/blog/will-the-african-rhino-share-the-fate-of-the-african-elephant/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=social-media_campaign=rhinos
Kenya Wildlife Service on high alert following spate of poaching incidents. http://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/kenya-wildlife-service-on-high-alert-following-spate-of-poaching-incidents-7349270 Learn more about rhino conservation. VIsit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HelpingRhinos/
San Diego Zoo finds cause of rhino's trouble started years ago in South Africa. Wishing Wallis a speedy recovery! Learn more about Helping Rhinos on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HelpingRhinos/
A baby Southern White Rhino learn how to walk just 3-days after being born. The calf stumbles as it learns to walk using it's rather large hooves for its small body. The calf's birth is historic as it's the first calf for mom, Holly, in 10 years of breeding, The zoo believes that changing Holly's diet could be credited for the rare birth. The findings could help improve the population of Southern White Rhinos outside of Africa.
Rhino Flops' mission is to channel the spirit of adventure to design flip-flips that look good and feel great. A portion of their proceeds are donated to the Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage in South Africa.Learn more