Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Are Rhinos Extinct

Black Rhino ~ extremely rare and becoming extinct, they are hunted and their horns removed while they are still alive ~ barbaric ~ please raise awareness for this magestic animal.

153
24
Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic

How We’re Endangering Animals [Infographic]

Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic

2.1k
242
2

Black Rhinoceros, Kenya , declared extinct in some areas of Africa all Rhinos are facing extinction because of the mythical aphrodisiac properties attributed to ground rhino horn. The horns are worth more than their weight in gold. Warlords and poachers fueled by greed are making war on them at a frightening rate.

714
89
3
Check out this infographic on the dire state of the illegal wildlife trade and get inspired to help.

Check out this infographic on the dire state of the illegal wildlife trade and get inspired to help.

896
120
2

AWF – Check out the Rhino!

There are just 4,240 black #rhinos left in the world. Photo credit: Federico Veronesi/www.federicoveronesi.com

935
372
3

Rhino, Motswari Game Preserve. This type of rhino has been declared extinct. They still exist but numbers are so low in the wild, the species will not be able to sustain itself. ALL types of rhinos are in danger of extinction.

154
25

Life of Pi/Literature (quiz and discussion Qs) 2nd unit

So very sad! only a child of the devil could do such a thing to our Creators created LIFE ... you will be judged and if convicted in the end I believe you will experience all the things you have done to another's life and anything you have done on the evil side of life you will feel forever....a eternal torment...repent now and turn the other way while you still have a chance in this age of GRACE.

285
57

Hundreds of mammals can’t reproduce fast enough to keep pace with global commercial bushmeat trade

1
At current poaching rates, elephants, rhinos and other African wildlife could become extinct within our lifetime. Don’t let Africa’s majestic wildlife become history.

At current poaching rates, elephants, rhinos and other African wildlife could become extinct within our lifetime. Don’t let Africa’s majestic wildlife become history.

46
9

We will not be passing on the black rhino to our children, there are only 7 left in the world, not 70, not 17, 7! Just so that thier horns can be ground up and shipped to Asian countries.

538
71
5