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As more species slide towards extinction, the use of assisted reproductive technologies as a conservation mechanism has entered the spotlight.
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Scientists have used in-vitro fertilization techniques to develop hybrid rhino embryos -- "test-tube rhinos" -- which could help save the endangered northern white rhinoceros species, according to a new study. 🙌 Breakthrough! 🦏🦏 Only if they were not mercilessly killed! 👊 #sorai
Rhinoceros horn, unlike other horned mammals, only consist of keratin which is similar to human hair and nails. With some floating misconceptions and unproven facts, rhinos are killed mercilessly for their horns. #sorai
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Sad state of affairs when it comes to rhino lives. One rhino killed every 8 hours. We need the world to join hands and let these beautiful animals live freely in their natural habitat. #sorai
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Hopeful! 👍 It is hoped that the group of southern white rhinos at the will reproduce and eventually be surrogate mothers to northern white rhino calves #Sudan #Rhino
A White Rhino strolls across the track at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary in central Botswana.
Botswana actually has only a very small Rhino population (both White and Black). The majority of Botswanas Rhinos are found in the small reserve that is Khama Rhino Sanctuary, where they are well protected from poachers.
Although only a small reserve, Khama Rhino Sanctuary is very enjoyable and I’d definitely recommend visiting if you’re doing a road trip through central Bots. The White Rhinos are easily found grazing the short grass by the waterholes - we saw 20 in our afternoon visit! There is also plenty of other game including Giraffe, Oryx, Springbok, Impala, Plains Zebra etc. I have also heard from other people that it is actually very good for Leopard sightings!
Outside of Khama, the only other place in Botswana where both species of Rhinos are regularly seen is in the heart of the delta on a large Island (will not name it) making it tough for poachers to access, as well as making it hard for the Rhinos to disperse.
"At Peace" A White (Square-lipped) Rhino calf takes a quick nap while it's mother feeds close by. This little guys looks so content as he sleeps without a worry in the world. But with the constant danger from poaching, how long can these peaceful moments last? I pray for the day that these magnificent creatures, and other species that are being poached to extinction, can truly be at peace. Hopefully these prehistoric looking animals survive so that generations to come can also enjoy sightings of them when visiting Africa!
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Indian rhinos are solitary animals. Each consumes almost 40 kg of vegetation a day. The Indian rhino is more aquatic than most other rhinoceros species. It sometimes feeds on aquatic grass-like plants when it is immersed in water.
Despite its tough appearance, rhino skin is remarkably sensitive and is vulnerable to sunburn. This female rhinoceros grazing, was sitting by the river on dry mud. Symbiotic relationship with their hosts, providing two services: removing ticks and warning the rhinos of impending danger. However there is one drawback to the relationship, the pecking birds can slow down the healing process of any open sores. All the more reason for the rhino to take a mud bath and remove the parasites.