Kenya is embarking on an ambitious plan to microchip every rhino in the country in a drive to combat a surge of poaching, say wildlife officials.
As Africa's wildlife reserves have emptied of tourists and curtailed patrols, opportunistic poachers are storming parks and other protected areas.
The Denver Zoo has just welcomed its first Indian rhino calf, after 11 unsuccessful attempts to artificially inseminate her mom, Tensing.
Experts estimate that fewer than 80 Sumatran rhinos remain on Earth, most of them in Indonesia.
The Trump administration plans to grant the permit after the hunter donated the money to a conservation fund in Namibia.
Although the bull flipped the hatchback several times, the Serengeti Park zookeeper escaped with only minor injuries.
Poaching is a multi-billion dollar industry run by gangs. Meet the women waging a war against it.
The Chinese government has “signed a death warrant for imperiled rhinos and tigers in the wild," environmentalists warned.
Ten out of 11 black rhinos moved to a Kenyan park last month died because of stress and salty drinking water.
Salt levels were too high in the drinking water of their new territory in Kenya.