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Pink Rhino Wine Hamper & Sweets
This amazing Wine Hamper consists of a gorgeous bottle of Pink Rhino Rose and a large selection of sweets and chocolates:
- A Bottle of Pink Rhino Wine (Rose – 750ml)
- A Small packet of Sweet Temptations Toffees
- 6 Delicious Fudge Bites
- A Slab of Nova Chocolate
Pink Rhino Wine from Linton Park
The Pink Rhino Rose is a fruity rosé with hints of cherries, strawberry and raspberry. This is a great wine to enjoy on a hot summers day and pairs well with salads, seafood and chicken dishes.
Rhino Stats – Stats from the WFF Website:
Information obtained from the WFF website.
- Rhinos once roamed many places throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa and were known to early Europeans who depicted them in cave paintings.
- At the beginning of the 20th century, 500,000 rhinos roamed Africa and Asia.
- By 1970, rhino numbers dropped to 70,000, and today, around 27,000 rhinos remain in the wild.
- Very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves due to persistent poaching and habitat loss over many decades.
- Three species of rhino—black, Javan, and Sumatran—are critically endangered.
- A small population of Javan rhinos is found in only one national park on the northern tip of the Indonesian island of Java.
- Successful conservation efforts have led to an increase in the number of greater one-horned (or Indian) rhinos, from around 200 at the turn of the 20th century to around 3,700 today.
- In Africa, southern white rhinos, once thought to be extinct, now thrive in protected sanctuaries and are classified as near threatened.
- The western black rhino and northern white rhinos have recently become extinct in the wild.
- The only two remaining northern white rhino are kept under 24-hour guard in Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.
- Black rhinos have doubled in number over the past two decades from their low point of fewer than 2,500 individuals, but total numbers are still a fraction of the estimated 100,000 that existed in the early part of the 20th century.