In a rare event called named as “The end of an era,” the world lost its last male Northern White Rhinoceros in 2018.
The final male who called “Sudan” bid farewell to life at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya at the age of 45 years old. He also suffered from health complications related to his age.
Until now only two female Northern White Rhinoceros are alive, moreover, scientists are trying to save the species from extinction. They are guarded by armed troops at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.
This species is considered one of the oldest on the Earth. It survived 55 million years ago, it witnessed the ice ages and the meteor strikes, in addition to various global changes on the planet Earth.