Help save Sudan, northern White Rhino
The ultimate solution is to stop the demand for Rhino & Elephant tusks/products
With only 5 individuals remaining, the survival prospects for the northern white rhino seem bleak.
Ol Pejeta Reserve in East Africa is home to three of the world’s last five northern white rhinos, including Sudan the last male, and also to 106 critically endangered black rhinos, and 20 southern white rhinos. It is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, and a centre for innovation in conservation and wildlife protection.
43 year old Sudan and some female rhinos were transported from a Zoo to the Reserve, in the hope that they would breed to help continue the line of the Northern White Rhino. Sudan needs around the clock protection from human beings, and has had his horn removed in a bid to deter poachers from taking him.
Please click on the link below, to get information and see photos of Sudan.
The Reserve he lives on is susceptible to poachers, and you can contribute toward Sudan’s protection through a donation via “crowdfunding”.
Please if you have a conscience and want to contribute toward stopping all of our non-human Animal species from being wiped out, share this Post and have people including yourself, click on the LINK BELOW, in order to contribute $1 or $2 or any amount – to help keep Sudan safe. Thank you from Sudan.
Ol Pejeta is a 90,000 acre wildlife preserve 330km north of Nairobi, Kenya. While it is a tourism attraction, gaining revenue from vehicle drives through the roads in the Reserve, it is well managed. However, because of its size, it is a continual challenge to protect all of the animals within it.
For animal symbolism of the RHINO, click HERE.
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