We’re about to witness the imminent extinction of our planet’s last three Northern White Rhinos. Scientists say that rhinos play a crucial role in maintaining balance in the world’s fragile ecosystem. When they die, we do too.
Ten percent of all profits from the Wildlife Collection go to animal conservation to save endangered rhinos.
Before humans even existed, all rhino species roamed this planet freely. The Northern White Rhinos were found in large numbers across East and Central Africa. In 1960, there were more than 2,000 remaining Northern White Rhinos because of poaching… now there are only three in the whole world. Their names are Sudan, Najin and Fatu and they live in Kenya. Sudan is the last male and is over 45-years-old. Najin (born 1989) is his daughter and Fatu (born 2000) is his granddaughter. Tragically, the last three are infertile which means this is the end for this species.
The last three are currently under the highest quality of care in Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Northern Kenya where they are protected with 24/7 security including military guards with machine guns, trained dogs, drones and horn-imbedded transmitters.
It costs Ol Pejeta nearly a million dollars a year to keep them alive so we’re donating 10% of profits from all our Wildlife artworks directly to the conservancy. Take home a beautiful piece now from this exquisite range!