Rarest Rhino Born In Indonesia, Scientists Jubilant


Rarest Rhino Born In Indonesia, Scientists Jubilant

#shorts #birth #Sumatran rhinos #SRS TNWK #year-old female Sumatran rhino Rhinos are having a moment! From ambitious plans to rewild them across Africa to cutting-edge technology bringing back ancient species DNA, rhinos are all the rage. And now, the Sumatran rhinos are joining in on the fun with the birth of a new calf. The baby rhino was born at the Sumatran Rhino Reserve, Way Kambas National Park (SRS TNWK) in Indonesia on September 30th. The calf is a female and she is the fourth successful birth at SRS TNWK. The birth is a major victory for the conservation of the Sumatran rhino, which is critically endangered. The population of Sumatran rhinos has declined by 80% in the last 30 years and there are only around 30 mature individuals left in the wild. But thanks to this new calf, the future of the species is looking a little brighter.

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