Namibia Starts Relocating Rhinos to Fight Rising Poaching ThreatFelix Njini
Namibia, home to one of the world’s largest populations of black rhinos, has started relocating the animals from poaching hot spots to privately-owned farms as it battles escalating poaching of the endangered pachyderms.
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