Javan rhino

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This handout photo released by WWF on February 28, 2011 shows a video grab recorded on November 22, 2010 of a Javan rhino and a male calf captured by hidden cameras in the jungle of the rhino sanctuary in Ujung Kulon National Park on the southwestern tip of Java island.  This images from the camera trap is a proof that Javan rhinos are breeding in Indonesia's national park, the last redoubt of one of the world's most threatened mammals, environmental group WWF said Monday. Environmentalis say there are only about 40 Javan rhinos left in the wild. AFP PHOTO / HO / WWF / TNUK

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  • Shanil Wednesday, 02 March 2011 03:44 AM

    Wonderful to hear!

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