The rhinos have appeared twice on cameras one month after the devices were installed in the Ujung Kulon National Park in the westernmost region of Java island, with one rhino mother charging a camera and damaging it.
"With fewer than 60 Javan rhinos left in the wild, we believe this footage was well worth the risk to our equipment," said Adhi Rachmat Hariyadi, who leads WWF-Indonesia's project in the national park.Maybe they need some bear boxes for them.
UPDATE: Just realized this is 2+ year old footage. Still cool and new to me, but not new. Maybe some newer photos and information in this HuffPo article.