Stay Wild : Rhinos Najin & Fatu

We embrace the planet’s species of animals, insects, and plants. This biodiversity of Life however is threatened and endangered by human activity. Two such species named Najin and Fatu a mother daughter team live in Kenya East Africa as extinct in the Wild. They are the last two and both are — females unable to breed. Modern science has stepped up in a vigorous international way.

The story of these two rhino stars continues—with artificial means of creating embryos to save the species. Surrogate mothers are being identified. The Kenyan Wildlife Service, German and Italian labs, with Ol Pejeta Conservancy are part of this team to produce an offspring to save the species. It is an exhaustive effort underway. 🦏🦏