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Last of the Northern White Rhino

Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, age 45, died at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya on March 19th, 2018.
Sudan died of poor health in his old age. Sudan will be remembered for his unusually memorable life. His death leaves only two females -
his daughter and granddaughter - of the subspecies alive in the world. Rhinoceroses - of which there are five species - are the second-largest
land mammal after elephants. The white rhinoceros consists of two sub-species: the southern white rhino
and the much rarer and critically endangered northern white rhino. Sudan, who was the equivalent of 90 in human years.

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Who am I?

I have ivory, I am endangered, I pull bark off trees.

I am the largest mammal on land

I am an elephant.

Who am I?

I am the largest eagle in Africa.

I have a white underbelly, brown body, white legs and huge talons

I am a Martial Eagle. The largest eagle in Africa and the fifth heaviest eagle in the world.

Who am I

I am a big cat and the fastest mammal on land..

I have spots