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This project vision figure reversed Diceros bicornis and human.This project is intended to convey human behavior hurting animals.
20th century, Diceros bicornis was once the most abundant of all rhinoceros kind. However, due to severe poaching in Zimbabwe in the 20th century, the number of black rhino in sharp decline, from 70,000 in 1981 to 10,000 to 15,000. Around 1990 the number has dropped to 2,500 or less. The main threat is the black rhino poaching and habitat reduction, people hunting the black rhino's purpose is to obtain their horns.
I hope to wake up great importance wild animal to humanity through this public by serving this ad.
Ming Chuan University