Fury as Poachers Kill Rhino in Kenyan Park
Suspected poachers have killed a male rhino in Lake Nakuru National Park, raising concerns for the safety of the rare animals which are facing extinction. This follows an outcry at the death of 10 black rhinos at Tsavo East National Park.
Nairobi News, 31 July 2018
A male Rhino has been killed by poachers at Lake Nakuru National Park raising the number of rhinos which have died in recent days in Kenyan national parks to 11. Read more »
East African, 31 July 2018
Barely a week after 11 black rhinos died after a botched operation to move the animals to a new reserve in southern Kenya, another one has been killed at the Lake Nakuru National… Read more »
Capital FM, 31 July 2018
Barely two weeks after the deaths of 10 rhinos translocated to the Tsavo East National Park, another one has been killed by poachers in Lake Nakuru National Park, raising concerns… Read more »
Kenya Wildlife Service have confirmed the killing of the 12-year-old male black rhino.
A report into the deaths of 10 out of eleven rhinos translocated to the Tsavo East National Park in June has pointed to water salinity as the animals cause of death, with ... Read more »
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 ... Read more »