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
Historic birth of Southern White Rhino conceived through artificial insemination at the San Diego Zoo
Sunday, 25 August 2019 by Steve Metzler | San Diego Zoo Safari Park
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego Zoo Monday announced the arrival of a southern white rhino calf at the zoo’s Safari Park, the first of the species to be born through artificial insemination in North America. The healthy male calf was born on Sunday. Animal care staff helped his mother, Victoria, conceive in March
**BREAKING NEWS** Scientists one step closer to saving the northern white rhino from complete extinction!
Sunday, 25 August 2019 by HelpingRhinos.org
In a bid to save a species, an international team have undertaken egg harvesting from two female northern white rhino.These two females are the last northern white rhino left on Earth We are thrilled to inform you that on Thursday 22nd August 2019, a team of veterinarians successfully harvested eggs from the two females, Naijin
Lumbering across Namibia’s Etosha National Park, a solitary white rhino (Ceratotherium simum) emerges from the vast, pastel landscape like an arid apparition. While it’s common for rhinos to wallow in mud and dust to ward off biting insects, the salt deposits that form in shallow depressions at Etosha paint the animals' skin a ghostly hue.