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Harrison Purtle
Harrison Purtle Campaign leader

This article is about the poaching of rhinos and charts on how poaching is rising. The purpose of this article is to educate people on the…Read More

Poaching Numbers | Conservation | Save the Rhino International

Save The Rhino
The current rhino poaching crisis began in 2008, with increasing numbers of rhino killed for their horn throughout Africa until 2015. For the past couple of years, the total number of rhinos poached has thankfully decreased, yet there is still a lot to do to ensure all rhinos thrive. South Africa holds nearly 80% of the world’s rhinos and has…Read More
Harrison Purtle
Harrison Purtle Campaign leader

This article is about African Elephants. The article explains in a direct manner to how much danger elephants face in todays world. The…Read More

Stories | WWF

World Wildlife Fund
The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) is home to almost half of Africa’s elephants, as well as an array of other animals such as African wild dogs, hippos, rhinos, lions, African buffalo, zebras, crocodiles, and cheetahs. Learn more about KAZA and what WWF is doing for it.
Harrison Purtle
Harrison Purtle Campaign leader

This article is important because there are stories from people who have witnessed the cruelness of poaching. This article is about an…Read More

Stories | WWF

World Wildlife Fund
In an enormous setback for wildlife conservation, China announced it will allow hospitals to use tiger bone and rhino horn from captive-bred animals for traditional medicine. The decision reverses a decades-old ban that has been instrumental in preventing the extinction of endangered tigers and rhinos.
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