Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world, died at the age of 45 in Kenya on Tuesday. Just two northern w—hite rhinos remain — Sudan's daughter and granddaughter. This majestic species has been all but wiped out by poaching, and may soon face the fate of the northern black rhino: extinction.
What the Death of a White Rhino Really Tells Us
The response to poaching has to be holistic and global — addressing, among other things, economic need and lack of opportunity.
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