Explore Gunung Leuser National Park and more!

Explore related topics

Black Rhino  -    One of the oldest mammals walking on Earth, black rhinos are virtually living fossils. Once found extensively along the East Coast of Africa, rampant hunting and poaching have made their numbers dwindle over the last few decades. Today, not more than 4,848 rhinos survive.  -  © CBpictures/Westend61/Corbis

Close to Extinction: Black Rhino Critically Endangered

I'm in need of some serious of relaxation, thank you Cascade Spa!

This cute orangutan baby may need a new hairdresser. He is having a bad hair day today, Will go & make an appointment for u

The Gorilla, The Thinker #VisitUganda to see these guys wild in their element at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest by Sophie Narsès

funnywildlife: The Gorilla, The Thinker to see these guys wild in their element at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest with Premier Safaris by Sophie Narsès

.

Orangutan baby's bad hair day, reminds me of me when I wake up in the morning!

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED: Sumatran Elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus)  Feeding on a variety of plants and depositing seeds wherever they go, Sumatran elephants contribute to a healthy forest ecosystem. Civil conflicts, hunting and poaching for tusks have reduced their population to a mere 2,400 to 2,800. [Suzi Eszterhas/Getty Images]

Sumatran Forest Elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus) bulls play fighting in water, Way Kambas Elephant Training Center, Sumatra, Indonesia

207c706aea443dd655f4ab85f461dd2f.jpg (512×769)

Borneo baby - Brian Matthew - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009

isadorajoshua: “ "Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see." - Mark Twain. ”

Daniel Clarke holding a baby Orangutan. He & his brother, William, have fought to save the Orangutans of Borneo and have inspired the book, "Tears in the Jungle".

Douc Langur monkey - The douc langurs are amongst the most beautiful primates in the world. All 3 species are endemic to Indochina. Status: Endangered to critically endangered.

Red-shanked Douc langur (Pygathrix nemaeus) photographed by Michael Crosland at Singapore Zoo.

Every mother loves her children. Let’s look after our planet and all it’s living creatures. Stand up and support the organizations fighting to save endangered species

This mother wants to keep her baby ALIVE, SAFE and FED, just like us human moms.Please don't harm these animals.

Pinterest
Search