RIP Sudan the rhino

**Update: Here is the Instagram I posted the day after this blog: the rhino I describe in PS. ©Eva-Lotta Jansson

As he lay dying, Sudan became a symbol of the fight for wildlife’s survival, in a race against time.

I don’t know when or where, we, as humans, learned that there are always second chances? Don’t get me wrong, I’m by no means a pessimist. I know that nature has an uncanny way of healing and bringing itself back from the brink of extinction, but how does the ecosystem recover from this?!

Conservation issues are complex. And any propaganda touting easy answers should probably be used with a grain of salt.

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