Being horny just took on a new dimension.

Conservationists in Kenya have set up a Tinder account for Sudan, a white northern rhinoceros who happens to be the last known male of his species. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, where Sudan lives, says that they’ve been trying to breed him for years, but his low sperm count is only one of a series of challenges.

According to Reuters, the animal’s wingmen and women are now pinning their hopes on experimental fertility treatment that will cost $9 million. They hope setting up an account on the online dating platform will attract animal lovers to donate.

That seems to be succeeding. The news service reports that the non-profit conservancy’s website crashed shortly after Tinder began showcasing Sudan’s profile, which redirects those who swipe right to a donation page. For would-be Lotharios who want to replicate his success, Sudan’s profile reportedly reads: “I perform well under pressure. I like to eat grass and chill in the mud. No problems. 6 ft tall and 5,000 pounds if it matters.”

At 43, Sudan is nearing the end of his natural lifespan. Scientists hope to implant his sperm with an egg from the last two remaining female white northern rhinos, who also live on the conservancy. “This represents the last option to save the species after all previous breeding attempts proved futile,” Ol Pejeta chief exec Richard Vigne said in a statement.

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The rhinos previously lived in a zoo in the Czech Republic before moving to the non-profit Kenyan conservancy. There, they are guarded around the clock by armed gunmen, a necessity since the International Union for Conservation of Nature considers them critically endangered. This particular breed of rhino has been poached to near extinction thanks to demand for their horns, which is reportedly more valuable per kilogram than cocaine or gold.