Sumatran Rhino On Brink Of Extinction, Species Future Decided Million Years Ago

Rhinoceros lead tough lives. Their numbers in the wild are dwindling close to extinction because of mass poaching for years to gather their tusks which supposedly hold medicinal value. At least four species of Rhino roamed Africa at the beginning of 20th century. There were an estimated one million black rhinoceroses then and by 2001 this number dropped to just 2,300 black rhinos and we lost the western black rhinoceros forever.

What feeling does this article give you?
Joy
Disgust
Fear
Anger
Sadness

#hashtags to follow:

Africa [+]   

More #news: