Browsing the archives for the Ujung Kulon National Park tag

Almost All of the World’s Javan Rhinos Documented in One Video

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Park authorities in Indonesia’s Ujung Kulon National Park have compiled an incredible video which features footage of more than 30 Javan rhinos — nearly the entire population of this critically endangered species.

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Safeguarding of Javan Rhinos Continues to Improve

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The world’s only population of Javan rhinos will now be more closely monitored, thanks to the quadrupling of video camera traps by the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) and WWF.

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Take Action to Protect the World’s Only Javan Rhinos

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There are fewer than 50 Javan rhinos left in the world and you can help protect them by supporting Operation Javan Rhino, a global partnership led by International Rhino Foundation and Save the Rhino International.

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Just Released: Exciting New Videos of Javan Rhinos and Calves in Indonesia

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Dramatic video footage confirms that Javan rhinos are breeding! The World Wildife Fund (WWF) has just released exciting videos showing two female Javan rhinos and their calves in Indonesia’s Ujung Kulon National Park. Javan rhinos are critically endangered and fewer than 50 individuals are still surviving. The footage was captured using a motion-activated camera in […]

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Help IRF Buy a Patrol Boat for Javan Rhino Anti-Poaching Units

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Fewer than 50 Javan rhinos are still surviving – but you can help save them from extinction. The International Rhino Foundation seeks your help in purchasing a new boat for its Rhino Protection Units (RPUs) in Ujung Kulon National Park, Indonesia. River patrols are a vital part of protecting Javan rhinos because most poachers and […]

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International Partnership Moves Forward to Provide Safe Haven for Critically Endangered Javan Rhinos

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There is hope for the world’s 48 Javan rhinos, thanks to a team of international rhino conservation groups. An exciting project to expand the habitat of the world’s only viable population of critically endangered Javan rhinos is moving forward, thanks to a coalition of international rhino conservation organizations. Rhishja Cota-LarsonI am the founder of Annamiticus, […]

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