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Rhinoceros Earrings, Handcrafted Recycled Silver Rhino Jewelry Endangered Species .925

Rhinoceros Earrings, Handcrafted Recycled Silver Rhino Jewelry Endangered Species .925

Regular price $55.00 USD
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Hand-crafted with attention to quality and detail, these earrings feature intricately designed rhinoceros charms hanging delicately from silver hooks.  Made by me from high quality recycled sterling silver (.925)(not silver plate or silver filled), these earrings are not only visually appealing but also durable and will hold their value.

Rhinos are endangered because of two main reasons: poaching and habitat loss. Poaching is the illegal killing of rhinos for their horns, which are in high demand in some Asian countries for traditional medicine and status symbols. Habitat loss is the destruction or fragmentation of rhino habitats due to human activities such as agriculture, logging, and development. According to the IUCN Red List, there are five species of rhinos, and three of them are critically endangered: the black rhino, the Javan rhino, and the Sumatran rhino. The white rhino is near threatened, and the greater one-horned rhino is vulnerable. The population of each species varies, but the most endangered ones have less than 100 individuals left in the wild. If you want to learn more about rhinos and how to help them, you can check out these websites: Helping Rhinos, World Wildlife Fund, and International Fund for Animal Welfare.

I have included both a painting and a page from my coloring book in this listing for your free use. Double click on the image, then right click on the image, select "save as," select desktop, type in a shorter name, then click "save." To print, open the file on your desktop, right click on it, then select "print." Check your settings and select "print" again. Tape it on your wall and/or color it. Enjoy.

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