Indonesian authorities saved the world’s infrequent rabbit after they saw it on Facebook.
The Sumatran striped rabbits are the rarest in the world.
And they were saved not long ago due to a Facebook page that was shared by people.
The farmer caught the rabbit and put it up for sale. And he shared a post on Facebook and the environmentalists came to help the rabbit.
One man noticed the animal next to the river.
It was injured and the man decided to take the rabbit and sell it.
The special organization immediately found the farmer.
The animal was seized and then it decided to return to its habits.
The activist was very glad that they could help the animal.
The Flora and Fauna scientists were sure that they play an important role in the animal’s world and they are in great danger of disappearing.
Also, these rabbits can spear in Sumatra but no one knows how many of them can be there.
And what is special about them?
At first their mystery and then their unwillingness to talk with humans.
They have a very special appearance; it is now known only by the ten museum specimens.
And another surprising thing is that they only recently were captured by the photographers.
Looking at photos you may understand their special characteristics.
These rabbits are listed in the Red List but they are still endangered.