Good news for rhino conservation





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    Default Good news for rhino conservation

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    This is great news .

    African Parks are doing a great job of rehabilitating our parks ,after years of neglect.

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    Good news indeed but I really hope they learnt the lessons from the Chad relocation, 2 out of 6 survival rate is not great.
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    Hopefully the conditions here will be more favourable, since there is a well established local population.

    I understand they are not sure what caused the 4 deaths in Chad, none of the tests provided any definite cause, other than poor nutrition/absorption?

    Fingers crossed.

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    Considering African Park's approach to conservation (i.e. making sure local communities benefit from conservation and tourism) I have got high hopes for these Rhino. I'm going to look for them in Liwonde/Majete this December/January: very excited !

    Edit: more info on the translocation here https://www.africanparks.org/campaig...-return-malawi
    Last edited by HerrRudiger; 2019/11/18 at 09:27 PM.

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    Default Re: Good news for rhino conservation

    What company was responsible for the translocation?

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