Once upon a time there lived a wondrous, mighty beast called the Rhinoceros…
We don’t need to consign the rhino to mythology. Help us to protect them from poaching and habitat loss, so that together, we can do something wonderful.
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We won't let rhinos become a myth. But, we'll debunk these myths related to rhinos:
Rhino horn is an aphrodisiac.
Nope! Rhino horn has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries to detox the body.
Rhinos aren't loving.
Rhinos are actually very caring: rhino mums take care of their calves for 2-3 years.
Rhino horn is ivory.
Definitely not. Rhino horn is very different to elephant tusks, which are made of ivory.
White rhinos are extinct.
There are two Northern white rhinos left, and approximately 18,000 Southern white rhinos.