Discussion in 'Wildlife & Nature Conservation' started by Lemurs, 12 May 2016.
Some rare good news:
Rare Sumatran Rhino Calf Born in Indonesia – Pangolin Conservation
Thats realy good news ! Thanks for sharing !
Such good news that it deserved its own thread
Best news in ages.
A wonderful bit of conservation news from Indonesia.
There remains hope as long as there is captive and wild born individuals and small numbers about. Remember that the Jawan rhinos have been in similar straits for decades now and currently their situation is going for a second sanctuary to rehouse some of the Ujung Kulon animals!!! So, what may have happened there, can allow for the Sumatrans' rebound!
Even a slight glimmer for the Kalimantan - Indonesia harrisoni (10-20?), not to speak of the Sumatran ssp. on Sumatera (60-80?).
Brilliant news. Now if only they could get the other female 'Rosa' breeding too...
Rumour has it … she has been mated. No conclusive results, just first good tidings … there.
Out of interest, do you know by which male?- though of course it doesn't make much difference.
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