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Family of White Rhinos. Some subspecies are critically endangered. Largest of the 5 rhino species averaging largest land mammal after elephants.

Sumatran rhino ~ In the last 15 years, only two captive female Sumatran rhinos have given birth. There are three known subspecies: while two of them are found in the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, the third is believed to be extinct. Poaching poses the greatest threat to these animals. ~ Close to Extinction: 35 Critically Endangered Animals

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Whilst many people associate rhinos with the savannahs of Africa, it is interesting to note that according to current taxonomy three of the five known species of rhinoceros actually live in Asia. The Sumatran rhino is the smallest of all living rhinoceros, it is named for the Indonesian island of Sumatra, which is at the centre point of it’s predominantly island based range. Historically, the Sumatran Rhino was a widespread species throughout much of Southern South-East Asia, but due to…

WWF-Indonesia has verified recent tracks and other evidence that show the Sumatran Rhino is not extinct in Borneo, as it has been feared for the last 20 years. There are only about 200 left in the entire world.

Sumatran Rhino    There are fewer than 250 mature Sumatran rhinos left in Malaysia and Indonesia. The Sumatran rhino is hunted for its horn, which is used in traditional medicines.

AP A rhino named Ratu is seen with her newborn calf at Way Kambas National Park in Lampung, Indonesia. Ratu, an endangered Sumatran rhinoceros, gave birth on Saturday. It is only the fifth known birth in captivity for the species in 123 years.