Life Long Protection: Last Male White Rhino in Africa Guarded by Rangers 24-7

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KENYA, AFRICA — The last northern white rhino still living on the great planet Earth is being guarded around the clock by a team of skilled rangers. The armed guards are determined to keep him alive. Sudan, the rhino, lives in a conservancy in Kenya . There are only four females of his species still living; two of them call his conservancy home as well. Fingers crossed that Sudan can mate with one of them and keep their species — that’s been around for 50 million years — alive.

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