In a separate report, Mail Online noted that a Sumatran rhino, a species not seen in 40 years and believed to have been extinct before cameras caught images of the beasts in 2013, was caught in a pit trap in March in the East Kalimantan province of the Indonesian portion of Borneo, in an area close to mining operations and plantations. Not so extinct – but very close The captive Sumatran rhino, a female believed to be around six years old, has been moved to a temporary holding pen after ...
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