Rhiact now! Sabah Rhino Project

The marketing of the Sabah Rhino Project and the networking amongst creative is being conducted by dan pearlman. The German partners are united in the Rhino and Forest Fund, a German based NGO which is dedicated to the conservation of threatened flora and fauna. TamTam is a Sabah rhinoceros that is about 12 years old. It enjoys getting down in the mud, can sing, is very trusting—and at only 1,30 m the smallest of its kind in the world. Roughly 50 of these rhinos live in Northern Borneo. A subspecies of the highly threatened Sumatra rhinoceros, it is called the “Sabah rhinoceros” because of its distinct features specific to the region. But Borneo’s lowland tropical rainforests, under threat of extinction due to mass clearing, are cut off from one another by major highway arteries, which makes it nearly impossible for the animals to reproduce. For the realization of the project Sabah Rhino entered the final of the Corporate Design award 2013.