Save the Sumatran rhinos
Of the three species of critically endangered rhinos (Black, Javan, and Sumatran), the Sumatran rhino is the closest to complete extinction. Since 2015 on mainland Malaysia and 2019 in Malaysian Borneo, they have already been wiped out as a result of criminals mercilessly poaching them for their horns.
Today, fewer than 80 Sumatran rhinos survive in very small and fragmented populations only in protected areas in Indonesia, such as Indonesia’s Bukit Barisan, Gunung Leuser, and Way Kambas National Parks. This means that their chances of finding a mate to reproduce with – and to save themselves from extinction – are desperately low.
HOPE wants to help save the majestic and critically vulnerable Sumatran rhino from extinction. Each time you buy a reka wear beanie with a Sumatran rhino on it, HOPE donates money to projects protecting the Sumatran rhinos from evil poachers. With only 80 left, time is of the essence but with HOPE you could start helping them today!
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