Last White Rhino Joins Tinder To Prevent Extinction

Last White Rhino Joins Tinder To Prevent Extinction
Laura Bracken
Laura Bracken

26 Apr 2017

This is the epitome of love in the digital age, and we adore it. 

The last northern while rhino on Earth, Sudan, has joined Tinder. 

The idea was thought up by conservationists, who are desperately trying to raise money for his fertility treatment. 

This is the final breeding effort to keep the species alive. 

CNN are reporting that he's under surveillance by armed guards, meaning his dating conditions have been less than ideal. 

Mathieu Plassard of communications agency Ogilvy Africa says 'It's going to be broadcast in 190 countries and in 40 languages. It's the first time that Tinder has done something like this.' 

According to BBC, his profile reads 'I don't mean to be too forward, but the fate of my species literally depends on me. I perform well under pressure... 6ft (183cm) tall and 5,000lb (2,268kg) if it matters.'

Have you come across Sudan's profile? Let us know!