Javan Rhino Wonderful Facts

Javan Rhino Wonderful Facts The World's Most Endangered Species The Javan rhinoceros is one of the most endangered species in the world (Dermarest, 1822). The population only remains in Ujung Kulon National Park. This animal is protected by law in Indonesia and is one of the 25 main priority species for wildlife conservation in Indonesia. The Javan rhino is included in the critically endangered category (IUCN Red List Data Book) and Appendix 1...

Javan Rhino Population Continues To Grow

Javan Rhino Population Continues To Grow The Javan Rhino Monitoring Team entered the wilderness of Ujung Kulon National Park to carry out its duties. The team consists of six people, ready with supplies to explore and stay in the forest for 10 to 15 days. In the middle of the forest, they found something unusual footprints of a rhino. The team confirmed that these were the footprints of a rhinoceros named Kasih. Normally, Kasih's hind and front...

World Rhino Day 2023

World Rhino Day 2023World is Better When They Population Getting Bigger World Rhino Day is celebrated on September 22 every year. It was first announced by WWF-South Africa in 2010. This event creates an avenue for N.G.O.s, zoos, wildlife conservation centers, research centers, and concerned individuals to unite and seek new ways to save the rhinos from total extinction. The celebration is also to spread awareness about rhino conservation and...
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