The Last Sumatran Rhino in Malaysia (Malaysia) “Wildlife officials in Malaysia are mourning the death of Iman, the country's last Sumatran rhino.” – CNN, November 24, 2019 The last Sumatran Rhino in Malaysia up and died as wildfires snuffed the oxygen with the peatlands drained and dried. The cancer in her ovaries put too much pressure on her bladder; her caretakers could only watch her fading, and grow sadder, as four more Sumatran rhinos had succumbed the past four years forcing rhino lovers everywhere to reckon with their fears. Scientists had tried to breed her with an Indonesian male but his sperm just wasn’t viable, her eggs were just too frail. All but eighty of their cousins have already gone extinct and the rest are either held in zoos or else are on the brink. Their killers hunt them for their horns which act as medicine, just like our hair and fingernails, composed of keratin, for fevers or convulsions or they say, fertility, but I’d propose, if I could choose to breed no more like me. I’d suggest its time we let the rhinos have their turn – let’s us die off and give them space and come back once we’ve learned. So ask me no more questions and I’ll tell you no more lies, I propose we stop the show and recognize our time to go before one more rhino dies.