Sumatran Rhino Conservation Program AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Google Bookmark Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Print Share to More 79 The goal of IRF’s comprehensive Sumatran Rhino Conservation Program is to increase the population of Sumatran rhinos in Indonesia by monitoring and protecting rhinos and their habitats through our Rhino Protection Units, understanding its basic biology, breeding the species at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary, and working with local communities to build support for conservation. THE PROBLEM No more than 80 Sumatran rhinos survive in very small and highly fragmented populations in Indonesia. The largest populations of wild rhinos are found in Bukit Barisan Selatan, Gunung Leuser, and Way Kambas National Parks in Sumatra, In

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