December 11, 2022
They're the fastest among the cat family and can run up to a speed of 128 km/hour.
Typically they reside in open lands with bushes where it can have good visibility of its prey.
Black rhinos have a length of 3-3.75 meters and a weight of 1,400 kilograms.
They use their horns for digging, intimidation and defence.
Rhino poaching is a huge problem and only 6,100 Black Rhinos are left.
Their large ears aid in reducing body heat and its trunk is the elongation of their nose and upper lip.
They typically snack on sardines, shrimps, and anchovies
A tiny number of 400 Dama Gazelles remain.
They measure 3 m in height and 154 kg in weight.
90 - 100 individuals remain and they are deemed critically endangered.
They are the chunkiest out of the African canids, weighing up to 80 kg.
Meat constitutes 70% of their diet.
Due to habitat fragmentation, only 6,600 still exist.
Blue Cranes are endemic to South Africa
30,000 Blue Cranes remain, making them an endangered species.