While Nepal’s rhinos are resilient, they're no match for climate change

You cannot control climate change in the same way as poachers, and the rhino is at risk. Image: UNSPLASH/Andrew Liu

Lizzy Rosenberg

Associate editor, Distractify


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Populations of Rhino in Nepal are said to be dropping due to climate change. Image: UNSPLASH/Gerald Hartl

Rhinos seem to be succumbing to the adverse effects of climate change. Image: UNSPLASH/Ashes Sitoula


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