Did you know that because of the food they eat, white rhinos and black rhinos have evolved to have different muscles within their necks?As grazers, white rhinos tend to have their heads low to the ground, unlike black rhinos, who find leaves on trees and shrubs! 🌿🦏
Sunday, 25 August 2019 by Save the Rhino International FB post
Monday, 29 July 2019 by Sincerely,Peter Fearnhead
Dear Friends,Some good news – the five rhinoceroses that were flown 6,000 km from the Czech Republic yesterday, Sunday June 23rd, have touched down in Kigali, Rwanda and been successfully released into their bomas (wooden enclosures), within Akagera National Park. They were met at the airport by national and global media in the early hours, and as they
Monday, 06 February 2017 by Staff Writer
They are the last ones of their kind and truly fascinating: Africa’s black rhinos. (posted by Hughes Ruth in Rhinos for the Future).
'Diceros Bicornis Michaeli' - but you can call her Eliska! She is one of 42 black rhinos raised at ZOO Dvůr Králové in the Czech Republic– and not the first to return to the wild. Once arriving in Tanzania, Eliska will join Deborah, Jamie, and Jabu - three other rhinos born and raised at the zoo before moving to Tanzania.
Wednesday, 29 June 2016 by Men's Journal, Mark Adams, Photo courtesy of Demetrius John Kessy
The Botswana Rhino Project, managed by Martin Ives, is a partnership between Wilderness Safaris and the government of Botswana. Mr Ives was appointed National Rhino Coordinator, amazing since in 1992, there were zero black Rhinos in Botswana. Ives wondered if black Rhinos could be reintroduced much like Yellowstone’s wolves.