Seven black rhinos die in Kenya in botched relocation -media

Seven black rhinos die in Kenya in botched relocation -media

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Seven black rhinos die in Kenya in botched relocation -mediaSeven black rhinos are dead after a botched relocation by Kenya Wildlife Service, the Daily Nation newspaper reported on Friday. The rhinos, who are part of a critically endangered species, died in “unclear circumstances” at the Tsavo East National Park, the newspaper reported. Kenya had a rhino population of 1,258 in 2017 of which 745 are black rhinos, 510 are southern white rhinos and three were northern white rhinos, having grown from less than 400 rhinos in the 1980s.



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