As with many species, we know how to conserve RHINOS. We just have to do it!
From the brochure:
There are five species of RHINOCEROS. Each has distinctive features that reflect their habitat. In sub-Saharan Africa, Black Rhinos, Diceros bicornis (CRITICALLY ENDANGERED), have a prehensile upper lip for browsing leaves and branches. White Rhinos, Ceratotherium simum (NEAR THREATENED), have wide, at lips for grazing. Both species have hard footpads, like horse hooves, for running on hard ground. The rhinos of tropical Asia include the greater one-horned or Asian Rhino, Rhinoceros unicornis (VULNERABLE), the Javan Rhino, Rhinoceros sondaicus, (CR), and the Sumatran Rhino, Dicerorhinus sumatrensis (CRITICALLY ENDANGERED). Rhinos are killed for their horn, which is used in traditional Chinese medicine and for decorative carvings.
Rhinoceros graphic (banner) by Christina Ward