African rhinos on path to recovery, WWF says
"We have seen an increase in rhino populations of at least five percent per year over the last decade, which is encouraging."
- George Kampamba, coordinator for World Wildlife Fund International's African Rhino Program
Africa - After nearly disappearing from the planet, African white and black rhinos have made a healthy recovery, according to a wildlife advocacy group.
Rhinos have recently been reintroduced to some countries where they had disappeared, such as Zambia and Uganda.