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Northern White Rhinoceros Endangered Animal Poster

1 page|Grades: 1 - 7

A poster showing information regarding the status of the northern white rhinoceros.

Print this Northern White Rhinoceros Poster out and display it in your classroom when studying endangered animals.

Information includes:

Where: Formerly found in several countries in East and Central Africa.
How many: 6 in captivity, none left in the wild. (As of 2011)
Why: Poaching has decreased the world’s rhino population to 10% of what it was in 1970.
Rhino horn is sold on the black market for a lot of money. Some cultures believe rhino horn can cure illness, even though there is no scientific evidence to back up this theory.

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