Photo by @andywcoleman // May 19 is Endangered Species Day, a day designed to highlight the plight of many at-risk and critically endangered species of animals and to remind us to take the time to learn about why it’s vitally important to protect them from any further harm. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were several hundred thousand black rhino in Africa. By 2014, due to poaching, civil unrest and habitat changes, that number had been reduced to about 2400. As we watched this magnificent creature roaming through a field in South Africa, we were thankful for all the efforts in recent years to help ensure the survival of this species. #EndangeredSpeciesDay
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