Cinco de Rhino!

They’re some of the most unmistakable animals roaming the earth…they’re also some of the most endangered…

There are five species of rhino that remain: White, Black, Greater One-Horned, Javan and Sumatran. So today, on the 5th of May (5/5), let’s bring awareness to these fabulous five! #CincodeRhino #KeepTheFiveAlive

To learn more about rhinos, the threats they face and what’s being done to protect and conserve them, visit the International Rhino Foundation (

In honor of these magnificent creatures, I have added some new designs to my Redbubble shop featuring all five rhino species–including a special design that’ll help support rhino conservation! A portion of the profits I earn from products featuring the “Let’s Put an END to Extinction!” Rhino designs I’ll donate to the International Rhino Foundation to support their mission to ensure the survival of rhinos.

View the designs here.

If you’d like to help make a bigger impact for rhino conservation and the International Rhino Foundation, consider donating directly to IRF.

Let’s put an END to extinction!

Pangolin – the scaly anteater

This nocturnal solitary mammal spends it’s time eating ants and termites. Sometimes called a “scaly anteater” because of the tough, overlapping scales that cover it’s body. It’s sticky and very long tongue and great sense of smell allow it to find it’s prey, sometimes burrowing underground. See Image

Veiled Chameleon – the Hidden Predator

This tree lizard can remain still and concealed while waiting on their prey – insects. Eyes that can rotate independently allows them to see in two directions at once and flattened bodies that are leaf-shaped make this predator very skilled at hunting and disguise. Their most famous feature See image