World Rhino Day is an annual event aimed at raising awareness about the endangered status of rhinoceroses and the urgent need for their conservation.
It is an annual event aimed at raising awareness about the endangered status of rhinoceroses and the urgent need for their conservation.
World Rhino Day is celebrated every year on September 22. This year, the day falls on a Friday.
The crisis began in Africa in the 1990s and escalated by 2010, with only 30,000 rhinos left worldwide.
: In 2011, Lisa Jane Campbell expressed her wish to see at least five species of rhinos thriving.
The day serves as a platform for organizations and individuals to come together and discuss actionable steps to prevent the extinction of rhinos.
Rhinos face existential threats from poaching and deforestation, despite laws against such practices.
Rhinos are struggling to survive, and immediate action is required to save these magnificent creatures
It offers an opportunity for each of us to contribute to the conservation efforts.