Anti-poaching units and government-funded national game reserves do their best to protect our wildlife. Read more here.

Our rhino population might be wiped out in as little as ten years. Read about private conservation efforts here.

Private rhino conservations like Rockwood self-fund all the high-tech security, ranger costs, rhino feed, veterinary care and more needed to safeguard their animals. They hand rear baby rhinos whose moms can’t look after them. They also pour money into research and repopulation efforts, with the hope of one day relocating rhinos into the wild or, at least, to wild reserves and parks. Read more about our challenges here.

Despite white rhino populations worsening in recent years, due to high levels of poaching, they remain more numerous than black rhinos. Read more here.

There is no colour difference between the black and the white rhino species. Read about their differences here.