It's hoped that the 'Most Eligible Bachelor in the World' campaign will help raise million towards breeding methods before it's too late 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 Sudan lives at the conservancy, protected by guards around the clock, with the two females, Najin and Fatu.'The plight that currently faces the northern white rhinos is a signal to the impact that humankind is having on many thousands of other species across the planet,' said Vigne.'Ultimately, the aim will be to reintroduce a viable population of northern white rhino back into the wild, which is where their true value will be realized.' Orangutans and bonobos at a Dutch zoo are now turning to dating technology to find the right mate.If you swipe right on his profile, it will be a 'match.'Then, you'll be directed to a link in the message section where you can make a donation.It's hoped that the campaign will help raise million towards breeding methods, including in-vitro fertilization, as Sudan and his last two female companions can no longer breed naturally.The country's dismal economy suggests the situation won’t change. Drought makes the threat of famine one of the worst looming humanitarian disasters on the globe.
President Salva Kiir is a member of the majority Dinkas, while rebel commander and former vice president Riek Machar is a Nuer, the second-largest ethnic group in the country.
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Teng, 10, a child government soldier who doesn't know his last name, said forces on either side regularly storm schools, homes and gatherings to recruit children at gunpoint.“They sometimes kill your parents to ensure that you never think about them during the training,” Teng said, looking around to make sure other government soldiers don’t hear.
And, when users swipe right and 'Match' with the animal, they'll be directed toward a page where they can make a donation.'I don't mean to be too forward, but the fate of the species literally depends on me,' the Tinder profile says.'I perform well under pressure.'The 43-year-old and his last two female companions are unable to breed naturally because of issues that include old age.
And, when users swipe right and 'Match' with the animal, they'll be directed toward a page where they can make a donation Ol Pejeta Conservancy and the app aim to raise million for research into breeding methods, including in-vitro fertilization, in an effort to save the species from extinction.