As with too many of Africa’s iconic animals, rhinoceroses are in danger of extinction. There are just over 29,000 rhinos living in the wild today globally. Scattered across Asia and Africa, the world’s largest rhino population is found in South Africa. While environmental factors are part of the reason, like elephants populations rhinos face another existential threat. Poaching, largely driven by demand in Asia, is now at its highest levels in 20 years.