What a cutie! A baby Sumatran Rhino. The smallest of the rhinos, their bodies have hair, which is something we are not used to when looking at rhinos. With only around 30 in Borneo and 80 in Sumatra and none left in the wild in Malaysia, like other species of rhino, they face real challenges if they are to have a future. Although poaching has had a great deal to do with their demise, destruction of habitat for plantations and human settlement is a major threat to rhinos in Borneo’s rain forest.
By International Rhino Foundation (Ratu’s Baby low res Uploaded by FunkMonk) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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