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Rhinoceros is from the Greek rhinokeros, meaning "horn-nosed." Unfortunately, it is the rhino's horn that has put it on the critically endangered list. Rhinos are killed for their horns, which are bought and sold on the black market. Although the horns are claimed to have therapeutic properties, they are actually made of keratin, the same protein in our hair and fingernails.
We believe that rhinos are the real unicorns and are worth saving. That's why we support Care for Wild Africa, the biggest rhino orphanage and sanctuary in the world. They focus on rescue, rehabilitation, and release. To find out how you can get more involved, use our contact form below or email us at email@example.com.