The eight were part of a herd of 11 recently moved recently due to overcrowding in the Nairobi and Nakuru parks, which was hindering breeding. Conservation activists have expressed dismay at the tragedy, which made headlines locally and internationally.
KWS on the Spot as 8 Black Rhinos Die After Translocation
Nation, 16 July 2018
Four days after eight black rhinos died at the Tsavo East National Park following their translocation from the Nairobi and Nakuru national parks, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)… Read more »
Conservationists Call for Speedy Investigations Into Death of 7 Rhinos
Capital FM, 13 July 2018
Conservationists and environmentalists have called for speedy investigations into the death of seven black rhinos at the Tsavo East National Park. Read more »
Kenya Wildlife Service rangers preparing a rhino for translocation at the Nairobi National Park.
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