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freyr Sep 22
selamat hari badak sumbu sedunia semua! i want u to meet iman. she is the last sumatran rhino in malaysia. iman was taken back in 2014 from danum valley. sadly, sumatran rhinos in malaysia are already extinct in the wild. there are less than 100 of them now. 🦏✨
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Bella Lack Sep 22
On listen to the cries of this baby who tries to suckle from her dead mother and allow that grief to spur you on. Allow those pitiful cries to force you to act for these creatures and fight against the horrific illegal wildlife trade.
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freyr Sep 23
ini adalah badak raya. unfortunately, the javan rhinoceros is already extinct in malaysia. it is assumed that the last of its kind here was shot at telok anson, perak in 1932. 🦏
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National Geographic Sep 22
Whatever you do, don't get in this little rhino's way.
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Rick Schwartz tweets animals Sep 22
Their horn. Their horn is not medicin. Their horn. Their horn is not decoration. Their horn. Not ours. Theirs. 🦏
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National Geographic Sep 22
There are fewer than 80 Sumatran rhinos remaining.
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Dr Daniel Allen Sep 22
We fondly sentimentalize mythical creatures while "unicorns" among us are slaughtered. The world has lost 95% of its in the last 40 years - is not far away. What then, reminisce about how “magical” they were? RT (image by )
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Chester Zoo Sep 22
Happy ! 🦏❤️ This summer we helped return FIVE rhinos to the wild. Here’s how…
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What Could Go Wrong? Sep 22
I’ll build this cage for the rhinos, what could go wrong?
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Born Free Foundation Sep 22
In 1989, Kenya’s Meru National Park lost all of its rhinos due to poaching. But just over a decade later, they were reintroduced and today their numbers are increasing. Meru’s rhino sanctuary, managed by Kenya Wildlife Service, now holds over one hundred!
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Boris Johnson Sep 22
Happy . The UK is committed to doing all we can to save this incredible species from abuse & extinction. 🦏 I’m looking forward to talking more about the importance of biodiversity at UNGA.
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The Ice Age ❄️ Sep 22
These remarkable woolly rhinoceros images at Chauvet Cave in southern France were created by artists more than 30,000 years ago. Photo by Jean Clottes
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WildAid Sep 22
Giving thanks to all those who protect rhinos from poachers
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Charles Raven Sep 22
Today is To celebrate this I have 24 petitions in this tweet that will save many species of Rhinos. Some are close to extinction. By signing these petitions you are: 1-Giving the middle finger to poachers 2-Helping save a species 3-Being awesome. 😇😇😇😇😇
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Christopher Sep 22
For South African 🇿🇦 viewers: Watch the African broadcast premiere of the international award-winning documentary "STROOP: Journey into the rhino horn war" tonight on M-Net, DStv channel 101 at 21:40 🦏
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sally greaves Sep 22
Beautiful black and white photography by for
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Gabriel N. U. Sep 22
Today is so my morning sketch is this pair of Woolly Rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) relaxing with some magpies around. It lived in Europe and Asia during until about 8,000 years ago. Another example of recently extinct megafauna
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Carrie Symonds Sep 22
Loved meeting and feeding these two at ❤️Very greedy and surprisingly friendly, they will soon return to the wild.
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San Diego Zoo Safari Park Sep 22
Asha and her calf Carole are a few of keeper Asha's favorite things, and not just because she's biased.
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Kelvin Alie Sep 22
Happy World Rhino Day. Indian rhino to the left and White rhino to the right. Both species continue to need urgent attention from the global community to ensure their survival in the wild. ⁩ ⁦
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