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Black Rhinos Return to Landscapes 50 Years After They Were Wiped Out

The black rhino has not been seen on the Chadian plains since the 1970s – but thanks to a “historic” international collaboration, that is no longer the case.

Orphan Baby Rhinos Heal With Help of Hand-knit Blankets

These orphaned baby rhinos may finally be able to recover from losing their parents thanks to the help of these colorful knitted blankets keeping them...

Critically Endangered Black Rhinos Welcome Two Newborn Calves

There are only about 700 black rhinos in the world, but these mommas bred in captivity just gave birth to two healthy calves.

Man Plans to Fly 80 Rhinos to Australia to Protect them From Poachers–and Extinction

A retiree’s new career is devoted to creating a “seed bank” of endangered rhinos in Australia to save their species from extinction. Former sales executive...
Rhinos half-wet Michael Gunther for WWF-stories

Zero Poaching of Rhinos and Tigers in Nepal Last Year

On March 3, the Himalayan country of Nepal celebrated 365 days without a single case of rhino, elephant or tiger poaching. This is the...

Nepal Achieves Zero Poaching Year for Rhinos

Nepal's efforts to cut wildlife crime has led to a zero-poaching year for rhinos in 2011, largely attributed to the addition of 44 new...
Rhino in Nepal - WWF photo

No Rhinos Poached in Nepal, First Time in 29 Years

Thanks to strong conservation and law enforcement efforts, not a single rhino was killed by poachers in Nepal, the first such year in 29...
Rhino in Nepal - WWF photo

No Rhinos Poached in Nepal, First Time in 29 Years

Thanks to strong conservation and law enforcement efforts, not a single rhino was killed by poachers in Nepal, the first such year in 29...
white rhino photo by Enaud Fulconis - IRF.org

Glimmer of Hope for Botswana’s Rhinos

Africa's white rhinos were driven to the brink of extinction in the early 20th century as poachers hunted the animal for its horn. A...
white rhino photo by Enaud Fulconis - IRF.org

Disney Donates Endangered White Rhinos to Uganda

To boost populations of white rhinos in their native Uganda, Disney's Animal Kingdom in Florida sent two of the huge animals on a four-day...

Valuable Borneo Forests Set Aside to Sustain Endangered Orangutans, Elephants and Rhinos

The government of the Malaysian state of Sabah announced Friday it will protect its most important remaining lowland forests on the island of Borneo....

After Planting a Tree Every Day for 40 Years, Man Has Created Blossoming Forest on Barren Wasteland

This man has been planting a tree every day since he was just 16 years old. Now, almost 40 years later, he has grown...

First-Ever Test Tube Rhino Embryos Give Hope for Functionally Extinct Species

The groundbreaking research shows that there is still hope for the magnificent species that is balancing on the brink of extinction.

A Sneaky Corgi Taught Itself to Ride a Woman’s Pony – and the Video Has Gone Viral

The corgi gives a bemused look towards the camera before riding off into the darkness atop of Cricket, the one-eyed pony.

The ‘Pangolin Men’ Are Protecting The World’s Most Trafficked Mammal

You can tell by the footage of these pangolin caretakers that they are totally dedicated to protecting their small scaly friends.

Veterans Find Peace Protecting African Wildlife from Poachers

U.S. Military personnel returning home from combat have a hard enough time adjusting to civilian life, let alone attempting to find suitable employment. Veterans are...

Swipe Right to Save a Species: Last Male White Rhino Takes to Tinder

Tired of the endless swiping on Tinder? Next time you open the app, be sure to keep an eye out for Sudan: “the most...

Prairie Dogs Win Major Victory in Court

Prairie pups on the range are now more likely to live and see another day thanks to a recent court ruling. The 10th Circuit of Court of...

Halting a Century of Decline, Tiger Numbers are Now Growing

After a century of constant decline, the number of wild tigers is on the rise. According to a 2016 report, the tiger population, estimated to...

Nepal Celebrates Second Year of Zero Rhino Poaching

It’s no coincidence that Nepal is celebrating its own record-breaking rhinoceros population, while they’ve just achieved their second successful year of eliminating poaching within...