In honor of World Rhino Day, we examine the gentle giants up close in South Africa. Spotting a rhino in the wild is a bit like catching a glimpse of a dinosaur in your backyard. It actually makes you gasp. You may mutter adjectives like “prehistoric” and “ancient” as you sharpen your binoculars to peer…Details
There isn’t a more appropriate (and positive!) way to celebrate World Rhino Day than with the birth of a new baby calf. This news is a step in a much more positive direction for the entire species. Meet the new (and entirely adorable) rhino in the quick video above. http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/baby-rhino-video
World Rhino Day brought additional cause for celebration for Rhinos Without Borders, an initiative aimed at helping save the endangered species from extinction. A female rhino translocated from high-risk areas in South Africa to the safety of Botswana has given birth in her new home. http://www.freenet.de/lifestyle/reisen/botswana-babynashorn-nach-umsiedlung_5036816_4744968.html
Rhinos Without Borders, a project aiming to translocate 100 rhino from South Africa to Botswana to safeguard them against the danger of poaching, has announced the birth of a rhino calf just in time for World Rhino Day.
A calf born to a female rhino translocated from South Africa to Botswana by project of hope, Rhinos Without Borders, is the sign of a brighter future for this endangered species. http://www.focus.de/reisen/reise-news/rhino-day-botswana-baby-nashorn-nach-umsiedlung_id_4965212.html