8 Black Rhinos Mysteriously Die on Route to New Home…

Eight Black Rhinos die mysteriously during move to wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. Wildlife officials are not talking about the event, or its cause.

Recently, too in Kenya, poachers entered a wildlife sanctuary and killed two adult black rhinos and one juvenile.

It is estimated that there are 750 black Rhinos in Kenya. Let’s hope they are cared for much more successfully. Kenya’s wildlife protection record has become somewhat checkered in recent times…

Photo courtesy of IEWA Conservancy.

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