They kill babies, you know! Yes, they stack them on their horns like shish kabob! Good rhiddance, rhinos! Good rhiddance!
West African black rhino feared extinct
Andrew Meldrum in Pretoria Wednesday July 12, 2006
The West African black rhino appears to have become extinct, according to a leading global conservation group. Extensive searches throughout the black rhino's last known habitat in northern Cameroon have failed to find any rhinos or signs of their existence.
The western black rhino sub-species, Diceros bicornis longipes, had declined precipitously in the past 20 years largely as a result of poaching. In 2002 there were only 10 remaining. The few left were distributed over a wide area, making breeding more difficult.