"Most Endangered Mammal" Filmed

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March 6, 2009—In a rare video, mother and baby Javan rhinos have been captured in a mud pool in Indonesia. With only about 60 surviving, the elusive rhino is said to be the world's most endangered mammal.

© 2009 National Geographic (AP)

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