x By continuing to use Match, you agree to accept the installation of cookies so we can give you the best experience possible and tailor services and promotions to your interests. Match singles nights and events give members the opportunity to get together at venues near them and share a drink, enjoy an activity and get to know each other.Check out our free and paid Singles Events To read more about our Dating Safety Tips click here.The handsome rhino’s profile is being flagged up by the famous date-makers to highlight the plight of the planet’s most endangered creature.With a 24/7 armed guard at his sanctuary in Kenya to protect him from poachers, the majestic 44-year-old giant is a heartbeat from seeing his species go the way of the dodo and the mammoth.Buffalo's "safety score" is 0.8, and the city with the highest score, San Antonio, Texas, is 9.4. Safewise based its rankings on rates of violent crime and STDs for the country's 56 biggest cities.Cities that have a lower safety score are where people should use more caution before meeting people through online dating websites, according to the sources. According to the company's numbers, Buffalo was the 11th worst for violent crime and worst in the entire country for STDs.
Supporters impressed by Sudan’s profile on Tinder are directed through to a fund-raising page – – where they can donate towards the cause.Richard Vigne, chief executive of Ol Pejeta Conservancy, says: “The plight that currently faces the northern white rhinos is a signal to the impact that humankind is having on many thousands of other species across the planet."Ultimately, the aim will be to reintroduce a viable population of northern white rhino back into the wild which is where their true value will be realised.”To further Sudan’s bloodline, the funding provided by his Tinder supporters will go into researching Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART) by a consortium of institutions.New York City was ranked the second safest city for online dating in the Safewise.The Erie County Health Department's spokesperson told us Buffalo does not have a higher rate of STDs per capita than New York City. The Health Commissioner wasn't available for an interview Wednesday, but will be speaking with us on-camera Thursday to answer our questions.