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Rhino on the Run

We’re excited to introduce you to Savannah the Rhino—the mascot of our fall product sale, MagNut! You’ll see this remarkable rhino more when MagNut kicks off Oct. 1, but for now, Savannah has some free time and is ready for an adventure!

Cut out and color Savannah and then take her along for your summer activities. Whether you are headed to camp, the beach, a park, a family reunion, or your backyard—anywhere you go, snap a photo of her enjoying your summer fun.

Choose and print your Savannah the Rhino coloring page by clicking on an image below:


Ask your grown-ups to share your rhino pictures with us using the form below. 

We’ll feature the photos we receive in an online Savannah the Rhino photo album! Every Girl Scout who shares a photo is entered to win fun prize packs from GSWPA!

Savannah the Rhino photo album

Saving the Species

Five species of rhinos exist today; the black and white rhinos are native to Africa, and the sumatran, javan and indian rhinos are native to Asia. Our MagNut Program mascot Savannah represents northern white rhinos, a subspecies of white rhinos. Currently, there are only two northern white rhinos in existence—Najin and Fatu, a mother and daughter duo. 

Conservationists are hopeful that with the help of science and technology, they will be able to save the species. Even though it will be a long, difficult process, scientists and conservationist hold out hope based on past experience. Through protective measures implemented by conservations and government regulations, the southern white rhino was brought back from 200 to current population around 20,000.

You can learn more about endangered species and how you can help by earning the Endangered Species patch through GSWPA’s patch program.

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