Black rhinos are on the edge of extinction in the whole of East Africa. They are endangered by pouching and has since led to their extinction. Community wildlife conservation have really fought hard to save these majestic creatures.Its been reported that a Black baby Rhino was born early this month.
Being the 1st baby rhino to be born on a community – owned property in the last 25 years, it gives Kenya more hopes that the endangered spice could be slowly coming back.
The land where this Black rhino was born belongs to Sera Conservancy Trust, which opened the Sera Community Rhino Sanctuary last May, run by local Kenyans as part of the Northern Range-land.
Sera Conservancy is unique in its kind and its in this area where Black rhinos used to live before their extinction.
The mother to the baby was brought in while 5 months pregnant and 11 months later the beautiful calf was born. It is said that Black rhinos carry pregnancy up to 16 months.
Its reported that 11 black rhinos are re-populating back to this former home and this will help Kenya wildlife to rebuilding back the black rhino population.