• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Indonesia | 2 Javan rhino calves reported in Ujung Kulon NP, bolstering hopes for endangered species

JAKARTA — Indonesian conservation authorities have announced separate sightings of two new Javan rhino calves, extending a trend of stable population growth for the nearly extinct species.

The calves, a male and a female, were spotted on April 12 and June 9, respectively, by camera traps in Ujung Kulon National Park on the western tip of Indonesia’s Java Island, the species’ last holdout on Earth.

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