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30 endangered South African white rhinos flown to Rwanda

Published On 29 Nov 2021 Thirty endangered white rhinos have arrived in Rwanda after a long journey from South Africa in a Boeing 747 with conservationists hailing it as the largest single transfer of the species ever undertaken. The majestic animals, which can weigh up to two tonnes, travelled some 3,400km (2,100 miles) from South Africa’s … Continue reading 30 endangered South African white rhinos flown to Rwanda

Kenya’s Indigenous Ogiek partner with government rangers to restore Mau Forest

By Jackson Okata The Ogiek people of Kenya have for more than a century faced eviction from their ancestral lands in the Mau Forest, on which they have long depended for their material and cultural needs. Three years ago, some community members decided to start working with the Kenyan Forest Service to restore the forest complex … Continue reading Kenya’s Indigenous Ogiek partner with government rangers to restore Mau Forest

For world’s rarest gorillas, camera traps prove pivotal for protection

By Gianluca Cerullo Cross River gorillas are Africa’s rarest and most endangered ape, once thought to have already been driven to extinction. Camera traps have emerged as a critical tool for monitoring the health and population sizes of the subspecies. Recent images have shown multiple young gorillas, which conservationists take as a sign that protection measures … Continue reading For world’s rarest gorillas, camera traps prove pivotal for protection

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