How long do we have left to appreciate our rhinos in their natural environment?
Will Joubert be able to take his children to a South African game reserve and show them what a real, live rhino looks like?
Would the citizens of the countries driving the slaughter of our rhinos to satisfy their fallacious beliefs even care about what they stole from Africa’s children?
World Rhino Day is upon us again, and as every year before for almost the last decade the future for these spectacular creatures seem even more bleak.
Figures published by South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs at the end of August 2015 indicated a minimum of 749 rhinos lost to poaching in South Africa for the year to date, 544 of which in the flagship Kruger National Park. A recent poaching incident in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park pushed the total lost in Kwazulu-Natal Province this year to 75…
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