Save The Sumatran Rhinos


There are only 300 Sumatran rhinos left on Earth. Without the intervention of caring individuals and organizations, they may never be seen again. Spearheading this effort is the Sabah Wildlife Dept and SOS Rhino Borneo. In encouraging and welcoming assistance and participation from Non-Government Organizations, Sabah’s Minister of Tourism Culture and the Environment, YB Datuk Masidi Manjun states that saving the rhinos of Malaysia must be a top priority for the state and national government.

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SOS Rhino Borneo was formed in 2003 to protect the Sumatran rhinos and to highlight the specie’s urgent conservation needs. You can follow SOS Rhino Borneo on their website @ www.SOSrhino.org.

To experience the wildlife of Borneo, be sure to visit the Tabin Wildlife Reserve in Danum Valley. Accommodations are available at Tabin Wildlife Resort, located in Lahad Datu, Sabah. Visit their website at www.tabinwildlife.com.my.

Read the previous post: Tabin Wildlife Reserve.

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