The Bornean Sumatran rhinoceros is near extinction. It is the world's smallest rhinoceros, weighing approximately 1,760 pounds, and is 5 feet in height and 8-10 feet in length. It is an herbivore, and is found in dense tropical forests. Habitat destruction and poaching for the rhinoceros horns have led to the decline in its population.

The Borneo Rhino Alliance, an NGO in Sabah, is working to prevent the extinction of the rhino from occurring by safely trapping the animals and helping them breed at facilities located at Tabin Wildlife Reserve and Danum Valley Conservation Area. Listen to the Borneo Rhino Alliance (BORA) executive director Datuk Dr. Junaidi (John) Payne speak about the organization's goals, and the importance of collaboration between industry, government, and conservationists: