National Geographic

Video by Joel Sartore @joelsartore | The Sumatran rhinoceros has lived throughout Southeast Asia for millennia. But over the past century, its population has been nearly erased as a result of poaching and habitat loss. There are now thought to be fewer than 80 Sumatran rhinos left in the world, hanging on to existence in 10 fragmented subpopulations across two islands. This rhino is so rare that few people have ever seen one in the wild. Separated by mountainous terrain, Sumatran rhinos now struggle to find mates to propagate their next generation. If we don’t act now, the Sumatran rhino will very likely go extinct in our lifetime. #SaveTogether

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@jakus.ivett

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@beau_d304

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@m.o.h.saad

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@geraldin_saavedra

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@sdqmhmwdy86

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@japmuzik

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@infle1986

DIGAMOS NO A LA EXTINCION DE LOS RINOCERONTES , MANO DURA CONTRA LOS CAZADORES FURTIVOS.

@infle1986

AMA LA NATURALEZA Y VIVE , Y QUE TE SEA UN MOTIVO MAS PARA EXISTIR.

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@quaddad1

❤️

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