Black rhino, eating thorn bush (acacia) Diceros bicornis, one of the most endangered large mammals. Less than 3600 left across Africa.
Across the African continent rhinos, both black and white, are heavily poached for their horns making them one of the most endangered species. Currently, Black rhino population in Africa is estimated to be less than 3600. In 1900 it was estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download