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Unfortunately it is now such a dangerous job protecting rhinos, many rangers have been killed protecting rhinos

Unfortunately it is now such a dangerous job protecting rhinos, many rangers have been killed protecting rhinos

It is now such a dangerous job protecting rhinos that rangers need to have first aid kits before they go into the field

It is now such a dangerous job protecting rhinos that rangers need to have first aid kits before they go into the field

Borana Conservancy - Interview with Sam Taylor | Africa Travel

Borana Conservancy - Interview with Sam Taylor | Africa Travel

Horses can cover much further distances in the field compared to foot patrols

Horses can cover much further distances in the field compared to foot patrols

Heros.  Rhino rangers that work every day to save the Rhino.  Learn more about how to help. Essential rhino ranger gear for them to go out on patrol

Heros. Rhino rangers that work every day to save the Rhino. Learn more about how to help. Essential rhino ranger gear for them to go out on patrol

Did you know most rhinos use piles of dung to leave messages for other rhinos? The dung of young rhino smells different to an adult, & a male different to a female. Each rhino’s smell is unique and identifies its owner. Combined with urine, dung heaps help mark the boundaries of a rhino’s territory. Why not compare the different species of rhino at our website below! http://www.savetherhino.org/rhino_info/species_of_rhino

Did you know most rhinos use piles of dung to leave messages for other rhinos? The dung of young rhino smells different to an adult, & a male different to a female. Each rhino’s smell is unique and identifies its owner. Combined with urine, dung heaps help mark the boundaries of a rhino’s territory. Why not compare the different species of rhino at our website below! http://www.savetherhino.org/rhino_info/species_of_rhino

There are not many places left that are as wild as the wilderness area in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi, South Africa

There are not many places left that are as wild as the wilderness area in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi, South Africa

Poaching pressure escalated during the 1970s and 1980s as a result of the rising demand for rhino horn in Asia and the Middle East for traditional Chinese medicine. Between 1970 and 1992, the black rhino suffered a 96% reduction in numbers, with total numbers dipping as low as around 2,400

Poaching pressure escalated during the 1970s and 1980s as a result of the rising demand for rhino horn in Asia and the Middle East for traditional Chinese medicine. Between 1970 and 1992, the black rhino suffered a 96% reduction in numbers, with total numbers dipping as low as around 2,400

Corporal Simon Nyawo and Ze head out on a horse patrol in the Park

Corporal Simon Nyawo and Ze head out on a horse patrol in the Park

Did you know Greater One-horned rhinos are good swimmers and can dive and feed underwater! The species is found in India and Nepal. Find out more fun facts on this species of rhino at our website below: http://www.savetherhino.org/rhino_info/species_of_rhino/greater_one-horned_rhinos/factfile_greater_one-horned_rhino

Did you know Greater One-horned rhinos are good swimmers and can dive and feed underwater! The species is found in India and Nepal. Find out more fun facts on this species of rhino at our website below: http://www.savetherhino.org/rhino_info/species_of_rhino/greater_one-horned_rhinos/factfile_greater_one-horned_rhino

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