Sanctuary safeguards the future, as on 30th September, a Sumatran Rhino was born at Ways Kambas National Park in Indonesia.
The arrival of this precious calf is not only a cause for celebration but also a testament to the dedicated efforts of conservationists working tirelessly to ensure the survival of this critically endangered species
These magnificent creatures are among the most endangered large mammals on the planet, with only dozens left. This is due to habitat loss due to deforestation on Sumatra Island
Poaching adds to their being endangered, with horns being prized possessions
To have a calf born in captivity is a ray of hope for the future of the species. This new addition to the family makes the Sumatran Rhino headcount 9 at this sanctuary