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Botswana Denies 120 Rhinos Poached in 18 Months

By Mqondisi Dube GABORONE, BOTSWANA – Botswana, confronting an unprecedented rise in poaching, has refuted reports by former President Ian Khama that at least 120 rhinoceroses have been killed in the last 18 months. Instead, the government says, wildlife crimes have dropped by 70 percent since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Botswana’s former president, Ian … Continue reading Botswana Denies 120 Rhinos Poached in 18 Months


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‘Educated’ Dogs Take On Poachers

Highly Trained Dogs Are Tracking Down Contraband, Protecting Wildlife and Saving Lives As poachers go high-tech with helicopters, animal sedatives and high-powered rifles, the men and women protecting endangered wildlife are going old school — with dogs. Conservation authorities in Zimbabwe and South Africa say that poachers now fly in helicopters over game parks to identify … Continue reading ‘Educated’ Dogs Take On Poachers


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