The northern white rhino (Ceratotherium simum cottoni) formerly ranged over parts of northwestern Uganda, southern South Sudan, the eastern part of Central African Republic, and northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Sudan (the last remaining male) died on March 19th 2018, effectively rendering the entire subspecies extinct. There are now just two northern white rhinoceros remaining in the world. Najin (left) and Fatu are the last two northern white rhinos on the planet. Najin and Fatu (both female) live under constant protection from poachers in Kenyas Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Their range possibly extended as far west as Lake Chad, into Chad and Cameroon. Najin is one of two northern white rhinos left in the world In 2009 she was one of four northern white rhinos, two male and two female, who were brought from the … The last two northern white rhinoceroses in the world live in Nairobi, Kenya, where the armed guards from the country's anti-poaching police force protect them 24 hours a day. The last two northern white rhinos -- Fatu and Najin -- are both female and have been living at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. A white rhinoceros was born at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park, an important milestone for the near-threatened species. The northern white rhino was once abundant across Central Africa but staggering rates of illegal hunting for its horn have already led …