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Search results for: Sumatran-Rhinoceros

MALAYSIA-WILDLIFE/RHINO
RTX7P2EN
August 12, 2020
A researcher points at a microscope screen showing Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International...
Kuantan, Malaysia
A researcher points at a microscope screen showing Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International...
A researcher points at a microscope screen showing Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International Islamic University, in Kuantan, Malaysia June 30, 2020. Picture taken June 30, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-WILDLIFE/RHINO
RTX7P2EM
August 12, 2020
Malaysian Professor Muhammad Lokman Md Isa holds a flask containing Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory...
Kuantan, Malaysia
Malaysian Professor Muhammad Lokman Md Isa holds a flask containing Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory...
Malaysian Professor Muhammad Lokman Md Isa holds a flask containing Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International Islamic University, in Kuantan, Malaysia June 30, 2020. Picture taken June 30, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-WILDLIFE/RHINO
RTX7P2EP
August 12, 2020
A researcher prepares Sumatran Rhinoceros cells for research at a laboratory in International Islamic...
Kuantan, Malaysia
A researcher prepares Sumatran Rhinoceros cells for research at a laboratory in International Islamic...
A researcher prepares Sumatran Rhinoceros cells for research at a laboratory in International Islamic University, in Kuantan, Malaysia June 30, 2020. Picture taken June 30, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-WILDLIFE/RHINO
RTX7P2EO
August 12, 2020
Malaysian Professor Muhammad Lokman Md Isa inspects Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International...
Kuantan, Malaysia
Malaysian Professor Muhammad Lokman Md Isa inspects Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International...
Malaysian Professor Muhammad Lokman Md Isa inspects Sumatran Rhinoceros cells at a laboratory in International Islamic University, in Kuantan, Malaysia June 30, 2020. Picture taken June 30, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA/
RTR2W8M8
January 13, 2012
A veterinarian attends to "Puntung", a newly captured female Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis)...
LAHAD DATU, Malaysia
A veterinarian attends to "Puntung", a newly captured female Sumatran Rhinoceros in Lahad Datu
A veterinarian attends to "Puntung", a newly captured female Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) in Lahad Datu, in Malaysia's state of Sabah on Borneo island January 12, 2012. Puntung, an endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros, was captured in a tropical forest of Borneo island after four years of observation, raising hopes to save the species from extinction. The female rhino, estimated to be 10 to 12 years old, was airlifted on Christmas day to Borneo Rhino Sanctuary to be a mate for another rhino. Experts believe there are only 200 Sumatran Rhinoceros, scattered in Malaysia's peninsula, in Sabah state on Borneo island and on the Sumatra island of Indonesia. Picture taken January 12, 2012. REUTERS/Angie Teo (MALAYSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA
RTR2E50K
May 20, 2010
Ratu, a 8 year-old female Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis), is seen at the Sumatran Rhino...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Ratu, a 8 year-old female Sumatran Rhino is seen at the SRS in the Way Kambas National Park
Ratu, a 8 year-old female Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis), is seen at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) in the Way Kambas National Park, Lampung province May 20, 2010. The species only haired rhino in the world is facing highly fragmented populations that caused by poaching and habitat loss, an Indonesian Rhino foundation said. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA
RTR2E50H
May 20, 2010
Ratu, a 8 year-old female Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis), is seen at the Sumatran Rhino...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Ratu, a 8 year-old female Sumatran Rhino is seen at the SRS in the Way Kambas National Park
Ratu, a 8 year-old female Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis), is seen at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) in the Way Kambas National Park, Lampung province May 20, 2010. The species only haired rhino in the world is facing highly fragmented populations that caused by poaching and habitat loss, an Indonesian Rhino foundation said. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA
RTR2E507
May 20, 2010
A keeper sprays water to Torgamba, a 30 year-old Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A keeper sprays water to Torgamba, a Sumatran Rhino at the SRS in the Way Kambas National Park
A keeper sprays water to Torgamba, a 30 year-old Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary (SRS) in the Way Kambas National Park, Lampung province May 20, 2010. The species only haired rhino in the world is facing highly fragmented populations that caused by poaching and habitat loss, an Indonesian Rhino foundation said. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
INDONESIA-RHINO/
RTR1MM6N
February 20, 2007
Workers remove the cage containing Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Workers remove the cage containing Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than...
Workers remove the cage containing Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, shortly after its arrival at Soekarno-Hatta airport in Jakarta February 20, 2007. Andalas will be sent to the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-RHINO/
RTR1MM6J
February 20, 2007
Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, arrives at Soekarno-Hatta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, arrives at Soekarno-Hatta...
Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, arrives at Soekarno-Hatta airport in Jakarta February 20, 2007. Andalas will be sent to the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-RHINO/
RTR1MM6I
February 20, 2007
Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, arrives at Soekarno-Hatta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, arrives at Soekarno-Hatta...
Andalas, the first Sumatran rhinoceros born in captivity in more than 100 years, arrives at Soekarno-Hatta airport in Jakarta February 20, 2007. Andalas will be sent to the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in the Way Kambas National Park. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
MALAYSIA ENVIRONMENT RHINOS
RTR75X5
November 18, 2003
A worker covers the body of a Sumatran rhinoceros, "Mas Merah", lying
next to the body of "Minah" (covered),...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TO MATCH FEATURE MALAYSIA-ENVIRONMENT-RHINOS.
A worker covers the body of a Sumatran rhinoceros, "Mas Merah", lying
next to the body of "Minah" (covered), after a post mortem at a
university in Serdang, outside Kuala Lumpur November 18, 2003. Since
October 29, all five animals at peninsular Malaysia's Sungai Dusun
Rhinoceros Centre have died of what is believed to be acute blood
poisoning following a bacterial infection. "Mas Merah" died on November
17 and "Minah" died a day earlier. The world population of Sumatran
rhinoceroses living in the wild is estimated to be below 300. TO
ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT MALAYSIA RHINOS REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/FA
MALAYSIA ENVIRONMENT RHINOS
RTR75X0
November 18, 2003
The body of Sumatran rhinoceros, "Mas Merah", lies next to the body of
"Minah", on a truck after a post...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT MALAYSIA RHINOS.
The body of Sumatran rhinoceros, "Mas Merah", lies next to the body of
"Minah", on a truck after a post mortem at a university in Serdang,
outside Kuala Lumpur on November 18, 2003. Since October 29, all five
animals at peninsular Malaysia's Sungai Dusun Rhinoceros Centre have
died of what is believed to be acute blood poisoning following a
bacterial infection. "Mas Merah" died on November 17 and "Minah" died a
day earlier. The world population of Sumatran rhinoceroses living in
the wild is estimated to be below 300. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT
MALAYSIA RHINOS REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/TW
MALAYSIA ENVIRONMENT RHINOS
RTR75WT
November 18, 2003
HIGH RESOLUTION REPEAT

The bodies of two Sumatran rhinoceroses, "Mas Merah" (L) and "Minah",
are...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ENVIRONMENT MALAYSIA RHINOS.
HIGH RESOLUTION REPEAT

The bodies of two Sumatran rhinoceroses, "Mas Merah" (L) and "Minah",
are loaded onto a truck after a post mortem in Serdang, outside Kuala
Lumpur on November 18, 2003. Since October 29, all five animals at
peninsular Malaysia's Sungai Dusun rhinoceros centre have died of what
is believed to be acute blood poisoning following a bacterial
infection. "Mas Merah", the last surviving rhino at the centre, died on
November 17. "Minah" died a day earlier. The world population of wild
Sumatran rhinoceroses is estimated to be below 300. TO ACCOMPANY
FEATURE ENVIRONMENT MALAYSIA RHINOS REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
MALAYSIA
RTXMAI7
November 17, 2003
-COMBO PHOTO TAKEN 13NOV03- A combo picture of Malaysian veterinarian Dr Aidi Mohamad with "Minah" (L),...
Sungai Dusun, Malaysia
-COMBO PHOTO TAKEN 13NOV03- A combo picture of Malaysian veterinarian Dr Aidi Mohamad with "Minah" (.....
-COMBO PHOTO TAKEN 13NOV03- A combo picture of Malaysian veterinarian Dr Aidi Mohamad with "Minah" (L), and "Mas Merah", the two surviving Sumatran rhinoseres, at a conservation centre in Sungai Dusun, 110 km (68 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur on November 13, 2003. The 16-year-old "Minah" died early Sunday and "Mas Merah", 24, is seriously ill, as reported by the local daily the New Straits Times. "Minah" is the latest rhinoceros to succumb to a mysterious disease that has killed three other rhinoceroses at the centre in two weeks. The world population of wild Sunatran rhinoceroses is estimated to be less than 300. Pictures taken November 13, 2003.
MALAYSIA
RTR72O3
November 13, 2003
A combo picture of Malaysian veterinarian Dr Aidi Mohamad with "Minah"
(L), and "Mas Merah", the two...
Sungai Dusun, Malaysia
COMBO PICTURE OF MALAYSIAN VETERINARIAN WITH SUMATRAN RHINOS IN SUNGAI
DUSUN.
A combo picture of Malaysian veterinarian Dr Aidi Mohamad with "Minah"
(L), and "Mas Merah", the two surviving Sumatran rhinoseres, at a
conservation centre in Sungai Dusun, 110 km (68 miles) north of Kuala
Lumpur on November 13, 2003. The 16-year-old "Minah" died early Sunday
and "Mas Merah", 24, is seriously ill, as reported by the local daily
the New Straits Times. "Minah" is the latest rhinoceros to succumb to a
mysterious disease that has killed three other rhinoceroses at the
centre in two weeks. The world population of wild Sunatran rhinoceroses
is estimated to be less than 300. Pictures taken November 13, 2003.
REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/TW
MALAYSIA
RTR6TG5
November 13, 2003
Twenty four-year-old Sumatran Rhino, "Mas Merah", sits inside a cage at
its conservation centre in Sungai...
Sungai Dusun, Malaysia
MALAYSIA'S SUMATRAN RHINO SITS INSIDE CAGE IN SUNGAI DUSUN.
Twenty four-year-old Sumatran Rhino, "Mas Merah", sits inside a cage at
its conservation centre in Sungai Dusun, 110 km (62 miles) north of
Kuala Lumpur on November 13, 2003. Three Malaysian rhinos have died in
captivity since late October, two of them in the last couple of days,
dealing a potential blow to efforts to breed the endangered animals in
captivity. The death left the Sungai Dusun Sumatran Rhino Conservation
Centre with just two females. The world rhino population may be below
300 individuals in the wild.NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
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