This is an interesting/good question in this day and age considering that scientists have recently found evidence supporting the fact that the northern and southern white rhino – typically considered to be the same species – may actually be entirely unique species.
Thus, this makes the northern white rhino the world’s most endangered rhino, with only eight surviving rhinos in captivity.
The Western black rhino was officially declared extinct recently, the last one since in 2006. Along with the northern white rhino, which is “teetering on the brink of extinction” according to the IUCN, another species of rhino, the Javan rhino, which is found in Asia, is also on the verge of being wiped out due to increasing poaching.
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