The Javan rhinoceros is the world’s rarest, and one of its two subspecies lives only in Java. There are only about 70 left in the wild. 90% live in Ujung Kulon National Park, where the World Wildlife Fund has set up motion-activated cameras to track their behavior.
I guess this one doesn’t appreciate being filmed! Toward the end of the clip, it mounts a startling attack on the camera.
For more information on efforts to save the Javan rhino from extinction, head here.