White rhinos lined up.
Narwhals in sea ice, shot from an ultralight plane on floats in the Arctic Bay of Baffin Island. By Paul Nicklen.
Out in the vast wilds of Kenya’s southern savanna, the singular remnant of a once wide-ranging subspecies of rhinoceros stands precariously close to the edge of extinction. The Northern White Rhino, which once ranged over much of the central and eastern regions of the African continent, is staring down the barrel of a gun – literally.
Only a single male by the name of Sudan is left in the wild. Luckily, he doesn’t stand alone.
Rangers from the Ol Pejeta Conservancy guard Sudan 24/7 in an desperate effort to protect him from harm.