Rhinos love to breed. In fact, they’re randy little so-and-so’s, unlike some other animals.
The bad news is, they’re also endangered. If we could leave them alone to get on with it they could get themselves off the endangered list. But nothing spoils a tender moment of sweet, sweet rhino love quite like a poacher’s bullet.
You can help rhinos breed and survive!
Get involved now by sharing, donating, or joining; you’ll be helping us to continue the vital work we do in Africa and Asia to stop poaching and keep these wonderful creatures out of harm’s way. Let’s let rhinos be rhinos and make lots and lots of rhino babies.
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Rhino horn is not an aphrodisiac!
Rhino horn has been used in traditional chinese medicine for centuries to detox the body.
Rhinos are loving!
Rhino mums take care of their calves for 2-3 years.
Rhino horn is not ivory.
Rhino horn is very different to elephant tusks, which are made of ivory.
White rhinos are not extinct.
There are two Northern white rhinos left, and approximately 18,000 Southern white rhinos.