Black Rhino have been listed as critically endangered on World Wildlife Website. Human illegal activities like poaching have been the main cause of Black Rhinos' declining population. Habitats changes have also effect their population decline. Many organizations like WWF, Save The Rhino, and others are fighting hard to protect rhinos from extinction.
Current population: 5000-5400 (WorldWildLife.org, August 2017)
Meet Ray, The Black Rhino!
Ray, the Black Rhino lives with his small family in Africa. He loves to roam around looking for adventure as he gets summer all year round. With his horn, he could break apart almost anything on his way. However, he only eats vegetables as that his way to stay healthy and active.
At Endanzoo, our cartoon artists keep coming up with the one-of-a-kind arts that would be simple, cute, and yet meaningful. Through these one-of-a-kind arts on the children’s organic clothing, we hope to convey an important message: SAVE SPECIES FROM EXTINCTION.
Help save Rhinos with every purchase!
Endanzoo Family is committed to donating 10% of our net profits towards various projects that protect and save the critically endangered Rhinos. We are a proud member of Save The Rhino club. Save The Rhino is an international organization that focus on saving Rhino population from extinction. We support endangered rhinos. For more information about our project, Click Here