Saving the white rhinos in Africa requires great ambitions And that’s exactly what we have and why Rhino Sanctuary Namibia was founded. Today, the population of white rhinos in Namibia is 900.
We want to change that, and here’s how:
– We want to relocate 150 white rhinos over the next 12 months.
– We expect 35 newborn calves on average every year.
– We plan to have up to 600 white rhinos under our protection by 2035.
– We want to achieve global awareness and gain international support.
Want to join our work and become a partner or member? Read more about the project at our website.
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