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
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.
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
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
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