South Africa opens rhino orphanage to save species

Published on: Last updated:

Temps de lecture : 1 minute  

South Africa opens rhino orphanage to save species

Le premier orphelinat pour rhinocéros ouvre ses portes en Afrique du Sud

2012 was a brutal year for the rhino population in South Africa. 633 deaths were recorded, a record number that has alarmed conservationists. Poachers kill rhinos for their horns and often leave orphaned calves behind. But there are people willing to help protect these vulnerable creatures. Nomsa Maseko visited the world’s first rhino orphanage.

1 Etoile / Star2 Etoiles / Stars3 Etoiles / Stars4 Etoiles / Stars5 Etoiles / Stars (158 votes, average: 2.94 out of 5)
Loading...
Media Query: