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New York, NY, USA 24 March 2018 - New Yorkers flock to see a massive sculpture of three northern white rhinos in Astor Place entitled "Goodbye Rhinos." It re[resents Sudan, Najin and Fatu.  the last living animals of a species that is now extinct in the wild.<br />
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The 17-foot bronze sculpture by Australian artists Gillie and Marc Shattner, who are especially dedicated to animal conservation efforts. Less than a week after the installation was unveiled Sudan, only remaining male White Rhino,  passed away at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Conservations have said they will attempt to continue the species through DNA material sourced from the male. ©Stacy Walsh Rosenstock
New York, NY, USA 24 March 2018 - New Yorkers flock to see a massive sculpture of three northern white rhinos in Astor Place entitled "Goodbye Rhinos." It re[resents Sudan, Najin and Fatu. the last living animals of a species that is now extinct in the wild.

The 17-foot bronze sculpture by Australian artists Gillie and Marc Shattner, who are especially dedicated to animal conservation efforts. Less than a week after the installation was unveiled Sudan, only remaining...
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