The workshop, organized by the General Environment Protection Authority and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), aimed to promote conservation-friendly international trade in wild animals and plants so as not to threaten their survival, and to introduce alternatives for illegal materials such as the rhinoceros
horn used in manufacturing traditional Yemeni daggers or jambiyas.
Two-week-old Bornean Orang-utan Iznee, with her mother, Sarikei A four-day-old Eastern Black Rhinoceros
, yet to be named, with her mother, Ema
Following the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species' (CITES) approval of an annual quota of five black rhinoceros
, the ministry will also offer black rhinos for trophy hunting.
DIG THIS Emelia Fawbert, five, with the fossilised remains of an Ice Age rhinoceros
Oudry's ambition was threefold: to offer a corrective to the prevailing, but anatomically inaccurate, artistic view of the animal in Albrecht Durer's Rhinoceros
woodcut from 1515; to solidify his reputation over Alexandre-Francois Desportes and Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin as the preeminent animal painter of his day; and to cash in on the consumer craze for all things Clara, including Meissen porcelain figurines and what one countess described as ribbons "a la rhinoceros
Andalas, a 6-year-old male Sumatran rhinoceros
weighing at least 1,300 pounds, will be transported to Indonesia this week to breed with other rhinos.
At a celebration party following the opening of Rhinoceros
in London, a number of critics expressed high critical acclaim for the play.
7-24) Theatre Rhinoceros
and the American Conservatory Theater present Giles Havergal and Robert David McDonald's stage adaptation of Thomas Mann's novella about an older man's yearnings for a golden youth.
One of the world's most endangered mammals, the Bornean subspecies of the Sumatran rhinoceros
, has been captured on film in the wild for the first time.
The Sumatran rhinoceros
will soon be extinct if it continues to lose its habitat at the current pace.
CLARA'S GRAND TOUR: Travels with a Rhinoceros
in Eighteenth-Century Europe GLYNIS RIDLEY
A Sumatran rhinoceros
named Emi gave birth to her second baby--a 34 kilogram (75 pound) female named Suci (SUE-chee).