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2017/07/22 | John C. Cannon
Asia's Rhino Horn Trade is Thriving
The Elephant Action League sent undercover investigators into Vietnam, China and several other Asian countries to understand the intricate network involved in getting rhino horn from African countries into the hands of Chinese consumers.
How to Save the Javan Rhinoceros
Critical gaps in knowledge must be filled before time runs out for the Javan rhino. The views expressed are those of the author.
2017/06/14 | Isabel Esterman
Ending Puntung's Suffering: One of Malaysia’s Last Rhinos Euthanized
Puntung, one of three Sumatran rhinos known to survive in Malaysia, was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
2017/05/24 | Moushumi Basu
Two to Tango: Skewed Sex Ratio Spells Danger for Rhinos in India
Although the numbers of rhinos are still increasing, when it comes to long-term viability, having more males than females could be as a big a threat as poaching.
2017/04/15 | Michael Tatarski
Graffiti Campain Brings Rhino Conservation Message to Urban Vietnam
The art campaign is aimed at educating locals and engaging neighborhood residents about the cost of sought-after rhino horn.
2017/03/22 | Shreya Dasgupta
Saving Orphaned Baby Rhinos in India
The Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation in Assam State gives orphaned rhinos a second chance at life in the wild.
2017/02/21 | Ramesh Bhushal
New Threats Emerge as Rhino Numbers Recover
Rhino numbers have slowly recovered after stringent steps against hunting and poaching, but climate change and invasive species offer new threats.
2016/11/22 | Mukta Patil
Back from the Brink: The Surprising Survival of India's Rhinos
India’s Rhino population was barely 75 in 1905. It has now increased by 35-times In 107 years.