For the complete story and nice clear photograph of this rhino – named Gauhati – link HERE.
Gauhati is an Asian Rhino:
Members of the species once inhabited rainforests, swamps and cloud forests in India, Bhutan,Bangladesh, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China. In historical times they lived in southwest China, particularly in Sichuan.They are now critically endangered, with only six substantial populations in the wild: four on Sumatra, one on Borneo, and one in the Malay Peninsula. Their numbers are difficult to determine because they are solitary animals that are widely scattered across their range, but they are estimated to number fewer than 275.The decline in the number of Sumatran Rhinoceros is attributed primarily to poaching for their horns, which are highly valued in traditional Chinese medicine, fetching as much as US $30,000 per kilogram on the black market. MORE [Wikipedia]
Sumatran Rhino, Emi, and her fourteen-month-old son, Harapan, taken on July 28, 2008 by Charles W. Hardin at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardin. Photo via Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.
The photo of Gypsy is courtesy of Karen Fayeth.
The video was upload to YouTube by adrianathumm.