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Creating The First 3D Scan of an Endangered Species | Explorers In The Field ctm magazine



Go behind the scenes with National Geographic Labs Fellow Corey Jaskolski as he works to create a 3D scan of one of the few remaining Sumatran Rhinos in Indonesia.
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20 Comments

  • rezargamer on July 15, 2020

    They seem much less aggressive than the larger Rhino species.

  • Aljo Antony on July 15, 2020

    Nothing can beat reality.

  • Samiah Davis on July 15, 2020

    I hope this breed of rhinos stay

  • CMONCMON007 on July 15, 2020

    save the Sumatran Rhino and Sumatran Tiger

  • Kathleen Krachey on July 15, 2020

    We as individuals r natrually destructive. together as a society we can become the greatest asset against our own destruction. This may be to complicated to understand but so are we.

  • National Geographic on July 15, 2020

    National Geographic Labs Fellow Corey Jaskolski works to create a 3D scan of one of the few remaining Sumatran Rhinos in Indonesia. What other animal would you like to see a 3D scan of?

  • Rob Fiduccia on July 15, 2020

    Awesome project – and for such a special animal.

  • Dhairya Soni on July 15, 2020

    It's a great step, I wish the hunters understand that they must not kill life

  • Trebor Ironwolfe on July 15, 2020

    Grizzlies scratch themselves using large trees. Rhinos scratch themselves using concrete and steel.

  • Nazar Abbas on July 16, 2020

    came here after lootcase

  • Langgeng Pangrebowo on July 16, 2020

    Allah bless you…

  • Marcio Martins on July 16, 2020

    I wish i was a billionaire, so instead of buying golden ferraris i could help a lot more the efforts to preserve endangered species.

  • Rahul Nair on July 17, 2020

    The rhino soo gentle and cute😍. I thought they were aggressive. With the new technology and 3D scans not only we can spread awareness and educate but also we could track them in order to understand their habits, behaviour health etc.

    Hats off !!! To all the scientists, wildlife protectors who are taking all the steps to conserve such a beautiful animal 🦏🦏🦏

  • Elzė on July 18, 2020

    What a beautiful creation

  • sukruoosten on July 19, 2020

    cool

  • sarwanjeet kaur on July 21, 2020

    And i find this rhino way too adorable…..

  • JohnnyAaron02 on July 24, 2020

    How could you dislike this?!

  • Just Call Me Jess Z on July 26, 2020

    Now that we can make such real life experiences with VR and 3D imaging concepts we should use it.
    Getting everyone excited sbout saving such an incredible animal is amazing. Being able to look in to the eyes makes connection real right.
    Now let show those eyes when people can experience just why these animals are so critically endangered

  • BabaTV on December 11, 2020

    Wow, never seen a forest rhino, only the ones in Africa dry lands. Amazing!

  • Pondok Klene on July 23, 2021

    Forest Compassion for Plasma Nutfah Endemic. Thank's NG.

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