SAN DIEGO, CA – The World Wildlife Fund announced two new additions to the endangered species list this weekend, the black rhinoceros and the science literate anti-vaccer.
“Both of these species haven’t been seen in a long, long time” said WWF spokesman Ron Weston. “Due to illegal poaching of the black rhino and the continuing downward spiral of the anti-vaccine movement, sightings of either species is exceedingly rare.”
Conservation efforts are underway to preserve the natural habitat of the black rhino, native to central and southern Africa. The natural habitat of the science literate anti-vaccer (SLAV) is completely unknown.
“Because the SLAV is so elusive and only spotted a handful of times in modern history, very little is known about them” explained Weston.
If you would like to donate to the preservation of either of these endangered species, please contact the WWF.