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T HE JAVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java. The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

L OCAT ION


T HE JAVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java. The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.


T HE JAVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java. The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.


TH E J AVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

DIET

MAT I N G S E A S O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

LIFE CYCLE

= 1 MONTH

LO C AT I O N

= 1 YEAR

= OLD AGE SIZE = BEFORE MATURITY


TH E J AVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

DIET

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

1 YEAR

LIFE CYCLE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

BEFORE MATURITY

OLD AGE


TH E J AVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

DIET

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

LIFE CYCLE


TH E J AVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

DIET

DIET

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

LIFE CYCLE


TH E J AVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java. The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON


TH E J AVA N R H I NO Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

SIZE

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON


TH E J AVA N R H I NO

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON


TH E J AVA N R H I NO

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

HERBIVORE


TH E J AVA N R H I NO

R HI NOCE ROS S O N DA I C U S

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

50 NUMB E RS I N CAP TIVITY

0

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

HERBIVORE


TH E J AVA N R H I NO

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

FAC TS & FI GU R E S

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

S TAT U S

50

Critically Endangered

NUMB E RS I N CAP TIVITY

WHY E N DA NG E R E D?

0

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Genetic Diversity

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

HERBIVORE

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TH E J AVA N R H I NO

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

FAC TS & FI GU R E S

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

S TAT U S

50

Critically Endangered

NUMB E RS I N CAP TIVITY

WHY E N DA NG E R E D?

0

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Genetic Diversity

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

HERBIVORE

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TH E J AVA N R H I NO

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

FAC TS & FI GU R E S

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

SIZE

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

S TAT U S

50

Critically Endangered

NUMB E RS I N CAP TIVITY

WHY E N DA NG E R E D?

0

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Genetic Diversity

LO C AT I O N

KEY

LIFE CYCLE

MAT I N G S E A S O N

1 MONTH

1 YEAR

BEFORE MATURITY

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D OLD AGE

IN MATING SEASON

OUTSIDE MATING SEASON

HERBIVORE

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175cm

170cm

175cm

175cm

170cm

175cm

120-170cm

175cm

120-170cm

175cm

70cm

175cm

70cm

175cm

120-140cm

120-140cm

175cm

175cm

64-78cm

64-78cm


175cm

170cm

175cm

170cm

900-2300kg

175cm

175cm

120-170cm

120-170cm

80kg

175cm

200kg

175cm

70cm

175cm

70cm

175cm

120-140cm

120-140cm

175cm

175cm

64-78cm

64-78cm


G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D


TH E JAVAN RHINO

Even the most optimistic estimate suggests fewer than 100 Javan rhinos remain in the wild. They are considered one of the most endangered species in the world. The Javan rhinoceros is known to survive in only one place, the Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Java.

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

The animal was once widespread from Assam and Bengal (where their range would have overlapped with both the Sumatran and Indian rhinos) eastward to Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and southwards to the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java, and possibly Borneo. The Javan rhino primarily inhabits dense, lowland rain forests, grasslands, and reed beds with abundant rivers, large floodplains, or wet areas with many mud wallows. Although it historically preferred low-lying areas, the subspecies in Vietnam was pushed onto much higher ground (up to 2,000 m or 6,561 ft), probably because of human encroachment and poaching.

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

80kg

L O C AT I O N

900-2300kg

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

WHY ENDANGERED?

0

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, GENETIC DIVERSITY

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

80kg

L O C AT I O N

900-2300kg

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

WHY ENDANGERED?

0

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, REDUCED GENETIC DIVERSITY

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

80kg

L O C AT I O N

900-2300kg

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

WHY ENDANGERED?

0

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, REDUCED GENETIC DIVERSITY

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

WHY ENDANGERED?

0

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, REDUCED GENETIC DIVERSITY

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

WHY ENDANGERED?

0

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, REDUCED GENETIC DIVERSITY

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

WHY ENDANGERED?

0

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, REDUCED GENETIC DIVERSITY

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

WHY ENDANGERED?

POACHING, HABITAT LOSS, GENETIC DIVERSITY

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

W H Y E N DA N G E R E D?

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE Critically Endangered

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

WHY ENDANGERED?

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

50

CE

A. Poaching B. Habitat Loss C. Bad Genetic Diversity

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0

DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

WHY ENDANGERED?

50

CE

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 DIMENSIONS

175cm 170cm

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

L I F E S PA N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

WHY ENDANGERED?

50

CE

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

KEY

1 Month

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0

100 Years

DIMENSIONS

In Mating Season

175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Critically Endangered

CE 900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Herbivore

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

M AT U R I T Y

M AT I N G S E A S O N


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

WHY ENDANGERED?

50

CE

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

KEY

1 Month

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS In Mating Season 175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Critically Endangered

CE

Herbivore

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

Human, 15 Years

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Rhino, 10 Years


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

WHY ENDANGERED?

50

CE

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

KEY

1 Month NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS In Mating Season

175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Herbivore

CE

Critically Endangered

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Human, 15 Years

Rhino, 10 Years

DO NATE N OW.


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S KEY

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

WHY ENDANGERED?

50

CE

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity 1 Month

NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS In Mating Season

175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Herbivore

CE

Critically Endangered

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Human, 15 Years

Rhino, 10 Years

partnered with


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

WHY ENDANGERED?

50

CE

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

KEY

1 Month NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS In Mating Season

175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Herbivore

CE

Critically Endangered

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Human, 15 Years

Rhino, 10 Years

LE T ’ S AC T N OW B E FO R E IT ’ S TOO L ATE .


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

WHY ENDANGERED?

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

50

CE

KEY

1 Month NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS In Mating Season

175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Herbivore

CE

Critically Endangered

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Human, 15 Years

Rhino, 10 Years

LET’S ACT NOW, BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

WHY ENDANGERED?

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

50

CE

KEY

1 Month NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS In Mating Season

175cm 170cm

Outside Mating Season

Herbivore

CE

Critically Endangered

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Human, 15 Years

Rhino, 10 Years

LET’S ACT NOW, BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE


TH E JAVAN RHINO

FAC TS & FI G U R E S

WHY ENDANGERED?

NUMBERS IN THE WILD

STATUS

Poaching, Habitat Loss, Reduced Genetic Diversity

50

CE

KEY

1 Month NUMBERS IN CAPTIVIT Y

0 100 Years

DIMENSIONS

175cm

In Mating Season

170cm

Outside Mating Season

Herbivore

900-2300kg

80kg

L O C AT I O N

CE

Critically Endangered

G E S TAT I O N P E R I O D

AV E R AG E L I F E S PA N

Human, 80 Years

M AT U R I T Y

Rhino, 40 Years

LET’S ACT NOW, BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE

M AT I N G S E A S O N

Human, 15 Years

Rhino, 10 Years


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