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Highly endangered Rhino moved to Manas.

Highly endangered Rhino moved to Manas.

There are only around 1,700 Greater Asian one-horned rhinos left in the world. In February 2008, a one-and-a-half year-old female rhino calf was successfully rehabilitated and relocated to Manas National Park. This calf is only the fourth rhino in the park following 3 others moved by IFAW and partner organization Wildlife Trust of India in the last two years.

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Tsavo: Protecting Kenya’s treasured habitat

This short documentary explores the issues faced by Kenya’s largest national park as it battles poaching and impacts on its infrastructure. The video also highlights key efforts that IFAW is making in partnership with Kenya Wildlife Services to protect and preserve this important national treasure and all that inhabit it.

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IFAW Rhino Relocation in India 1

IFAW Rhino Relocation in India 1

In January 2007, two female rhino calves were moved from the Center for Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) in Kaziranga to Manas National Park in Northeast India. IFAW’s Ian Robinson talks about his interaction with the two rescued rhinos and the importance of their release.

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IFAW Oiled Penguin Response

IFAW Oiled Penguin Response

IFAW’s Valeria Ruoppolo talks about the Chronic Oiling problems that South America is facing, how penguins are affected by it, and how they are rehabilitated and released.

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Orangutan Rescues in Indonesia

Orangutan Rescues in Indonesia

In November 2006, IFAW and BOS (Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation) helped rescue and relocate Orangutans threatened by wildfires in central Borneo, Indonesia.

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IFAW Rhino Relocation in India 2

IFAW Rhino Relocation in India 2

In January 2007, two female rhino calves were moved from the Center for Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) in Kaziranga to Manas National Park in Northeast India. IFAW’s Ian Robinson talks about his interaction with the two rescued rhinos and the importance of their release.

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Harp Seal Hunt in Canada

Harp Seal Hunt in Canada

This video produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare features IFAW’s Senior Research Scientist Sheryl Fink discussing harp seals on the ice in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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