(I hope we get a chance to see a few, it might be our only chance to appreciate their existence in the wild) Critically endangered Sumatran rhinoceros that once roamed all of southeast Asia has only 6 substantial populations remaining, 4 of which are on the island of Sumatra. There are thought to be less than 300 individuals Sumatran Rhinos left in the world.
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A group of white rhino meeting at a waterhole. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, north Kenya.
Baby Sumatran rhino.
Black Rhino | Martin Harvey Photography
The Sumatra rhino is critically endangered and is considered the most at-risk member of the rhino family. Sign this petition and demand additional funding to protect these creatures from poachers.
The Maltese Tiger aka the Blue Tiger, thought to be extinct.
An Eagle Named Freedom ~ Freedom and Jeff have been together 13 years. When Freedom was brought to a wildlife center as a baby she could not stand, was emaciated and covered in lice. Jeff made the decision to give her a chance at life, and she survived against all odds. As fate would have it after she mended, Jeff got cancer. While in the hospital Jeff says Freedom would come to him in dreams time and time again to help him fight the cancer. After 8 months of chemo, Jeff’s cancer was gone…