According to the World Wildlife Fund the Sumatran rhino is a highly endangered species, with only around 80 left in Sumatra and The Borneo Islands. In March, the birth of a female Sumatran rhino calf at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary has renewed hope that conservation efforts will ensure its survival. "The birth of the Sumatran rhino is good news amid the efforts of the Indonesian government and partners to increase the Sumatran rhino population," Wiratno, general director of conservation at the environment ministry told NBC News

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