The rhino is an iconic African species frequently seen on safari and part of the Big Five. White rhino are usually found grazing on grass while black rhino are found in thorny thickets and dense bush, nibbling on twigs and leaves. The magnificent African icon can easily be recognised by its horn on its forehead, but this has also been the reason for the ruthless slaughter of the species, destined for Asian markets.
Not all rhino are killed and poachers at times leave rhino mutilated after removing their horn. Saving the Survivors creates hope from hurt by giving these endangered animals a second chance through various interventions and surgical procedures in their natural habitat.
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