The Javan Rhinoceros is also known as the Sunda Rhinoceros or Lesser One-horned Rhinoceros, Native to Asia but now only lives in Java (Sunda Island, Indonesia) and is listed as critically endangered.
Reasons for critically endangered status - Hunting ( trophy, for horn, agricultural pest), habitat degradation, disease-transmitting ( by wild cattle), reduced genetic diversity.
Conservation Efforts - Javan Rhino is lives in protected areas and its range is being expanded in Indonesia.
Javan Rhinoceros Facts -
Science Name: Rhinoceros sondaicus
Height: 1.4 – 1.7 m
Length: 3.1 – 3.2 m
Weight: 900 - 2,300 kg
Native Locations: Asia
Lifespan: 30 - 40
Conservation status: Critically Endangered (CR)
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