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Save the Rhino: They need our help
like never before.

Ugly Rhino Christmas Sweaters are Here!!

Celebrate The Festive Season With RhinoSOS!

With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about the perfect ugly Christmas sweater. Which means it’s the best time to put on your Ugly Rhino Christmas sweater and join the holiday festivities!

We Have The Perfect Item To Complete Your Festive Holiday Look.

Show the World that You Care.

South Africa is home to 36% of approximately 5,250 Black Rhinos and 88.2% of approximately 20,400 White Rhinos in the World.

Black Rhinos

  • State Parks & Provinces
  • Private
  • Community
  • Africa - Elsewhere

White Rhinos

  • State Parks & Provinces
  • Private
  • Africa - Elsewhere

New Children’s Book – Arthur the Brave Rhino

This book is based on true events and experiences of an orphan rhino named Arthur. His story captivated the world on both news and social media sites.

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Arthur gets his book.

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Symbol Of Strength

Over the last 50 million years, rhinos have braved ice ages, prehistoric hyenas and giant crocodiles.

The RhinoSOS Symbol Of Strength is a tribute to their resilience and strength.

There are five different species of rhinoceros. They are the Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros, Indian Rhinoceros, Javan Rhinoceros and Sumatran Rhinoceros.

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Zen Rhino

Our iconic Zen Rhino logo represents the rhino’s ability to be one with nature and the universe.

The RhinoSOS Zen Rhino logo is a tribute to the rhinos ability to be strong and gentle at the same time.

Over the last 50 million years, rhinos have braved ice ages, prehistoric hyenas and giant crocodiles – and they were once the largest animals on land.

Message in the Rhino

Message in a Rhino

Our very first logo was designed to send an SOS to the world.  Wear the message in a rhino and help get the word out.

It is estimated that there were 500,000 rhinos across Africa and Asia at the beginning of the 20th century. Today, there are less than 29,000 rhinos in the wild.

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South African Flag Print

South Africa’s flag is one of the most colorful, boasting a total of six colors. The red, white and blue were taken from the flag of the Boer Republics. The remaining three colors – green, black and gold – were taken from the flag of the African National Congress. The green is meant to symbolize the fertility of the land, the black is representative of the people of the nation, while the gold represents the nation’s mineral wealth. 

Our Mission

Working together with people, companies and governments around the globe to Save the Rhino.

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Rhino SOS is here for one reason and one reason only, to Save the Rhino. We are working hand in hand with Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary, the largest rhino orphanage and sanctuary in the world.

Our efforts span the globe, bringing people, companies and governments together to stand side by side in our bid to save the rhino.

We are using education as a tool to fight for the survival of the five species and save the rhino. We feel the more people become aware of the major issues facing this magnificent creature the more people will realize that their very survival now hangs in the balance. The rhino has no other natural predators so the solution is possible.

World Rhino Day, Care For Wild

Founded by Petronel Nieuwoudt in 2001, Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary is the largest orphan rhino orphanage and sanctuary in the world.

Our vision is to secure free-ranging African Rhinoceros in protected sanctuaries across Africa, to ensure the survival of the species for future generations.

Baby rhinos that are orphaned in the wild rarely survive. The mission of Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary is to rescue every rhino that is orphaned, to heal them and to provide a totally secure environment where they can grow, roam free, and breed to ensure that there will always be rhinos in Africa.

Rhino Grocery Mart

Buy food and supplies for the Rhinos at Care for Wild Africa Rhino Reserve.

Have you ever wanted to buy dinner for a Rhino? Well, now’s your chance. Go to our new online Rhino Grocery Mart and pick from the selection of food and supplies. All items will be shipped to the Care for Wild Africa Reserve at no extra cost to you.

Rhinos need our help now, more than ever. This is your opportunity to pitch in and Save the Rhino.

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