A motion-triggered camera mounted deep in the Heart of Borneo forests of Sabah, the Malaysian state on Borneo island, has captured the image of a wild Borneo rhino, the only second such image captured in as many years.

WWF-Malaysia says  the rhino is different to the one previously photographed based on the body structure and size.

This one is believed to be a female.

There are only about 25 to 50 Borneo rhinos are thought to exist in Borneo, WWF says. It is a subspecies of the critically endangered Sumatran rhino.

The photo here is taken by Andrew Hearn and Joanna Ross of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit in the UK.

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