French authorities confirmed that a piece of debris that washed up on an island in the Indian Ocean came from the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
The survival of the species now rests with around 100 rhinos in the wild in Indonesia and nine in captivity.
The protective mother, loaned by China to Malaysia, is still shielding her new arrival, and only its legs and some body parts are visible to onlookers.
The piece, possibly from the Malaysia Airlines plane that vanished almost 500 days ago, made its way to Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
The downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet over Ukraine has raised questions about why the company persisted in flying in conflict-zone airspace.
More than a week after it disappeared, the whereabouts of MH370 are a mystery.
Trying to find economic stability, Borneo is losing a goldmine of endemic species.
True tire recycling has long been close to impossible, but a Malaysian startup thinks they have the tech to finally make it work.