Guarding The Last Male White Rhino in the Wild

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Rhinos everywhere are on the verge of extinction, due to human greed and ignorance. Make no mistake, we humans are responsible for the death of this entire species. Rangers at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya have the mission to physically guard the last male Northern White Rhino in the wild, named Sudan. These harrowing and sobering images give testament to the dedication of these rangers, but also the shameful predicament in which the rhino is in. Poachers make up to $75,000/kg for rhino tusks, sold on the black market to ignorant, greedy, scum of the earth in China and the far east. This type of story makes our blood boil, and are resolve strong. Via BoredPanda:

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

Image credits: Dai Kurokawa/European Press Agency

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