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The Endangered Species Print Project blog. Sharing artists interviews, conservation news, endangered species profiles and art and activism projects.

Tiny Activists: Rhino Feet

Molly Schafer

Do your kids want to get involved in our Art Project for Rhinos and Pangolins? Here are some ideas.

Rhino horn is made of keratin- just the same as our toenails! For a fun way for kids to support rhino conservation on World Rhino Day (Sept. 22) try one of the projects below. We can't wait to see what you come up with so share using the hashtags at the bottom of this post or email us a photo of your kids project and we will share it on the Endangered Species Print Project blog, instagram or facebook.


FACE PAINT RHINO (or foot paint):


Our tiny activist requested that her rhino get eyelashes!




Post on Instagram & Facebook & use hashtags: #JustGiantToenails #tinyactivists #WorldRhinoDay