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Center of Ujung Kulon National Park (TNUK) will develop a captive rhino Java (Rhinoceros sondaicus) in block 3000 Mount Honje area of 2011 hectares in 2015 and was confirmed to have offspring, TNUK officials said.
"Breeding rhino Java will become the park's wildlife world (TMSD) and could boost domestic and foreign visitors," said the Head of Public Relations TNUK Enjat Sudrajat, Tuesday (23/2/2010).
He said, this exhibit in collaboration with Yayasan Badak Indonesia (YABI) and a number of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) the world will also help, as the Executive Director of the International Rhino Foundation Susie Eliis, Kimsei Vier (Tulsa Zoo), and Ruchweet (Miami). They will help the captive breeding of the one-horned rhinoceros in the world's rare.
Currently, he said, Java rhino population is estimated at approximately TNUK only 60 head. "In captivity, it is expected the number of one-horned rhino population increases," he said.