Swipe right! One-of-a-kind Rhino takes to Tinder
There’s just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he’s now on the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts try to keep his species alive. Then, you’ll be directed to a link in the message section where you can make a donation. Sudan’s profile tells a bit of background information about the rhino, explaining that he’s the last male white rhino on Earth.
And, when users swipe right and ‘Match’ with the animal, they’ll be directed toward a page where they can make a donation. The year-old and his last two female companions are unable to breed naturally because of issues that include old age.
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — There’s just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he’s now on the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts try.
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Last male northern white rhino joins Tinder to raise money
Be a matchmaker and help Sudan — the last male northern white rhino — get lucky on Tinder. Users in countries have the opportunity to swipe right on the one-of-a-kind bachelor. Sudan sounds like a catch. I like to eat grass and chill in the mud. However creative the new fundraising strategy is, the issue is very serious.
There are two other northern white rhinos, both female, remaining on the planet who also live at the conservancy.
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — There’s just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he’s getting some help from the Tinder dating app.
Just hours after he went online, the number of hits was so high that the Ol Pejeta website crashed. Like many guys using the Tinder dating app, Sudan loves the outdoors and travels widely. I like to eat grass and chill in the mud. No problems. The embryo will be implanted in a surrogate southern white rhino, a far more common species. There were a couple of matings , but it never resulted in a pregnancy.
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World’s Last Male Northern White Rhino Looking For Mate On Tinder
Like many guys using the Tinder dating app, Sudan loves the outdoors and travels widely. I like to eat grass and chill in the mud. No problems. The embryo will be implanted in a surrogate southern white rhino, a far more common species. There were a couple of matings, but it never resulted in a pregnancy. Just hours after he went online, the number of hits was so high that the Ol Pejeta website crashed.
By TOM ODULA, Associated Press. NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The world’s last male northern white rhino has joined the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts make.
In April of a profile appeared on the dating app Tinder. His name was Sudan, and he was the last living male northern white rhino. In the s there were an estimated 2, northern white rhinos left in the wild 1. Civil unrest in the region made conservation difficult, and by poaching and other pressures had reduced the number of northern white rhinos living in the wild to four individuals living in the Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
There has been no sign of that wild population since 2 , and they are considered extinct in the wild as of In there were eight northern white rhinos living in captivity around the world. In , four of the remaining eight northern white rhinos, two males Sudan and Suni and two females Najin and Futa , were transferred to the ol Pejeta Conservancy. Despite early hopes, scientist determined that neither Najin nor Futa were capable of conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to term 2.
One of the males, Suni died there in , and with the death of a female at the San Diego Zoo in , Sudan and his two female companions became the only living members of their species.
World’s last male white rhino joins Tinder
In a new campaign launched Tuesday, Tinder has partnered with the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya to introduce users to Sudan, the last known male northern white rhino in existence. The platform hopes to save Sudan’s species from extinction. As the last hope for all northern white rhinos, year-old Sudan is one of the most protected animals on the planet, surrounded by armed guards at all times.
There’s just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he’s getting some help from the Tinder dating app. A Kenyan wildlife.
Sudan, a northern white rhino, arrives at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. There’s just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he’s getting some help from the Tinder dating app. A Kenyan wildlife conservancy is teaming up with Tinder for a campaign called “The Most Eligible Bachelor in the World,” focusing on the rhino named Sudan. They are raising money for research to save the species from extinction.
Sudan and his last two female companions are unable to breed naturally because of issues that include old age. The campaign called “The Most Eligible Bachelor in the World,” by a Kenyan wildlife conservancy and the dating app, focuses on the rhino named Sudan. The year-old and his last two female companions are unable to breed naturally because of issues that include old age.
Single White (Rhino) Male Defies Age Stereotypes, Joins Tinder
Sudan, the last known male of the northern white rhinoceros subspecies, stands for his close-up in a paddock last year at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. If Tinder users swipe right on Sudan’s profile, they’re taken to a page asking for contributions to help him reproduce. Take a good, long look at his come-hither eyes. That craggy snout.
Sudan has tender eyes, a craggy snout — and not long left to save his subspecies. So, a conservancy posted a Tinder profile for the elderly.
Sudan, a northern white rhino and the last male of his subspecies, died Monday at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Before he was euthanized by a veterinary team, photographer Ami Vitale was able to say farewell to her old friend. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy has been the home of northern white rhinos since There were only eight then, according to photographer Ami Vitale.
Now there are just two left, and both are females. Vitale first met Sudan in , when he and three other northern white rhinos — among the last of their kind — were moved to Kenya from a zoo in the Czech Republic. The subspecies had been reduced to eight worldwide because of poachers, who target rhinos for their horns. Workers at the conservancy watch the rhinos around the clock and protect them.
The life he lived: Photos of the last male northern white rhino
A rhinoceros dubbed the world’s most eligible bachelor is debuting on Tinder, and a swipe right could help save his species. Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya partnered with dating app Tinder to launch a campaign to raise awareness about the rhino, named Sudan, who the conservancy says is the only remaining male northern white rhino in the world.
Matt David, Tinder’s head of communications and marketing, says he is optimistic Sudan’s profile will be seen on Tinder in countries and over 40 languages. Adds Sudan: “I like to eat grass and chill in the mud. No problems performing under pressure. Poachers hunt rhinos for their horns, and for the northern white rhino the situation really has become life-or-death.
May 1, – This is part of fundraising efforts by conservationists to save the near extinct species.
From today, users will see Sudan profile appear among their normal stack of potential dates. After swiping right on the rhino’s profile, they’ll receive a message with a link to donate. Described by Tinder as “the most eligible bachelor in the world”, the year-old rhino lives surrounded by armed guards at the Kenyan conservancy alongside two female rhinos called Najin and Fatu. They’ve been unable to breed for a number of reasons including old age, but there are 17, other potential female white rhinos to choose from.
The technology, including IVF, will be used to build up a herd of northern white rhinos to save Sudan and his species from extinction. If the project is a success, this will be the first time scientists have carried out artificial reproduction in rhinos. In particular, zoologists have been developing a technique called ovum pick-up OPU on southern white rhinos, which involves collecting eggs from the females.
Scientists are working on taking the experiment beyond the first stages of embryonic development.
World’s last male rhino getting help from Tinder dating app
The move is seen as a last-ditch effort to keep the species alive. Sudan is 43 years old, weighs nearly 2, kilograms and lives in Kenya. And while he has two female companions, they are unable to mate due to age and other limitations. The page encountered an error and needs to be refreshed. Exercise 1.
left to save his subspecies. So, a conservancy posted a Tinder profile for the elderly northern white rhino to raise money for fertility research.
This may sound like a line, but it really isn’t. Sudan is the last male northern white rihno, and he’s on Tinder. The year old, now Tinder star, lives in a conservatory along Najin and Fatu, the last two female white rhinos. Their species is at risk of disappearance since, in the past years, the animals have been killed for their horns, which are used in traditional Asian medicines. Scientist are actively testing assisted reproductive technologies in Sudan, Najin and Fatu, to help carry out pregnancies.
With the necessary funds, scientist would be able to carry on the in-vitro process, and, if successful, the world might welcome a herd of ten northern white rhinos. Now, the dating site, with reportedly over 25 million users, could be Sudan’s hope. A spokesperson from the company spoke with Mashable about their commitment to the northern white rhino’s mission: ‘As a platform that makes millions of meaningful connections every day, raising awareness about Sudan the Rhino and the importance of finding his match seemed like something we could support in a really impactful way,’ adding, ‘We’ve heard countless stories about Tinder babies, but this would be the first match to save a species.
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