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The Sumatran striped rabbit -- a little over a foot long and chalk colored with dark brown stripes -- is critically endangered and was last photographed in the Bukit Barisan Park in 2000, the World Conservation Society (WCF) said in a statement.A program manager at WCF's Indonesian office, Nick Brickle, said the rabbit was photographed in a forest in south Sumatra at the end of January. Other than that, we do not know more about it," Brickle told Reuters, describing it as about 30 cm (12 inches) long and similar in size to a small cat. What you need to protect the rabbit is protect the forest." The WCF statement said the rabbit was only known to exist in the mountains of Sumatra and was thought to be the only representative of its genus.There are an estimated 200 Sumatran rhinos living in the wild in small groups in Indonesia and Malaysia, half the number from 15 years ago.An estimated 70 percent of the population has been lost since 1985, mainly to poaching and loss of habitat.The Sumatran striped rabbit -- a little over a foot long and chalk coloured with dark brown stripes -- is critically endangered and was last photographed in the Bukit Barisan Park in 2000, the World Conservation Society (WCF) said in a statement.JAKARTA (Reuters) - One of the world's rarest rabbits has been captured on camera in Indonesia's rainforests for only the third time ever, a leading conservation group said on Thursday.This handout photograph taken on June 24, 2012 and released by the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry on June 25, 2012, shows one day old male baby Sumatran rhinoceros named Andatu walking beside her mother Ratu at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Way Kambas National Park in Lampung located in Indonesia's Sumatra island.
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More than 1,000 images from 28 camera traps were taken since last July.
The park's rhino population is estimated to be no more than 27.
Speaking to reporters outside the morgue late Friday, Pyongyang's ambassador said Malaysian officials may be "trying to conceal something" and "colluding with hostile forces." A Malaysian official with knowledge of the investigation confirmed the second autopsy started Friday night and said that the results of the first one were inconclusive.
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