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Turner prize-winner creates original work for Save the Rhino
Turner prize-winning artist Richard Long has created a new work that will feature in an upcoming auction in aid of Save the Rhino. The ‘Treasured’ auction, launching on Wednesday 29 January, features other contemporary artists including Trevor Sutton...
Mahlatini Luxury Travel joins the campaign to Save the Rhino
Mahlatini, the African travel specialists, has recently forged a long-term corporate partnership with the UK’s leading rhino conservation charity – Save the Rhino International.
One man, one rhino and the ultimate test of endurance
Save the Rhino press release: On Sunday 2 June, Vincent O’Neill will become the first person ever to attempt an ultra-marathon in rhino costume.
Rhino Runner to Storm the Comrades
Press release from Newton PR, South Africa on Vinny's Comrades challenge in rhino costume
RHINO FORCE support Save the Rhino International
RHINO FORCE and Save the Rhino International form a new corporate partnership to raise funds and awareness for rhino conservation.
Google doodle celebrates Save the Rhino founder patron Douglas Adams
Today on 11th March Google doodle is celebrating the birthday of the late Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.
Launch of Hornucopia 2012, online eBay auction
On Wednesday 5 December Save the Rhino launched its week long eBay auction, Hornucopia
International Year of the Rhino
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia has declared 5 June 2012 as the start of the International Year of the Rhino, as concern grows for the future of all five rhino species
Rare Sumatran rhino pregnancy at Indonesian Sanctuary
Scientists around the world are following the pregnancy of one of the world’s most endangered species, the Sumatran rhino. At the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Indonesia’s Way Kambas National Park, Ratu has just completed the 11th month of her pregnancy
Rhino poaching in Africa reaches crisis point
Rhino poaching in Africa is reaching epic proportions, with organised poaching gangs threatening the very fabric of rhino conservation in Africa. Not only do the poachers slaughter rhinos, but they also regularly fire on the people who try to protect them