- Ohio zoo says 47-year-old white rhinoceros has died Updated: Apr-28-16 12:42 am
TOLEDO, Ohio - A zoo in northern Ohio says its southern white rhinoceros has died.
- Rhino follows worker to staff yard at Denver Zoo Updated: Apr-22-16 1:13 pm
DENVER - A greater one-horned rhino was able to leave part of its enclosure at the Denver Zoo and wander into a yard occupied by staff and volunteers.
- Daisy the rhino, The Maryland Zoo's oldest mammal, dies Updated: Apr-22-16 7:01 am
BALTIMORE - The oldest mammal at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has died.
- Vermont bill would ban sale of ivory, rhino horn Updated: Apr-19-16 9:01 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont is poised to join a growing list of states banning or restricting the sale of ivory and rhinoceros horns amid growing concerns about the slaughter of African elephants and rhinoceroses.
- As British royals head to Indian wildlife park, rhino killed Updated: Apr-12-16 9:39 am
GAUHATI, India - With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving at the world's largest one-horn rhino park in remote northeastern India on Tuesday, conservationists hope the British royals can help raise global alarms about how black-market demand for rhino horns and other animal parts is fueling illegal poaching and pushing species to the brink.
- Zimbabwe: Rhino featured on TV killed after poacher shooting Updated: Apr-11-16 10:32 am
JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwe veterinary surgeons have been forced to put down a rhino that was featured on a television series, days after it was shot by poachers, said the wildlife authority Monday.
- Rare Sumatran rhinoceros, captured on Borneo, dies Updated: Apr-06-16 7:04 am
JAKARTA, Indonesia - A rare Sumatran rhinoceros has died just a month after being captured by Indonesian conservation experts on Borneo, where only of a few of the animals survive.
- Kenya set to burn 106 tons of ivory and rhino horn Updated: Apr-04-16 12:06 pm
NAIROBI, Kenya - Kenyan wildlife authorities Monday started moving at least 105 tons of ivory and 1 ton of rhino horn in preparation for the torching of the items at the end of the month to discourage ivory and rhino horn trade believed to be fueling poaching of elephants and rhinos.