From the Brink of Extinction: Africa’s White Rhino

March 7, 2015 admin Blog

Tunde Folwaiyo

Once upon a time, 50 million years ago, when dinosaurs roamed free and men lived in caves, there thrived a species of creature which is endangered today. Africa’s white rhinoceros. The poaching trade in modern day Africa operates at a new level; one that is comparable to arms dealing or drug smuggling. With ever-increasing prices […]


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The Black Rhino: Fighting A Way Back From The Brink Of Extinction

December 29, 2014 admin Blog

Tunde Folawiyo

The black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis, also known as the hook-lipped rhinoceros) is indigenous to central and eastern Africa.  Adult males stand as tall as 1.8 metres high at the shoulder, reaching lengths of almost 4.5 metres, nose to tail-tip, and attaining ­­­­weights in excess of three tonnes.  Despite its formidable size, the black rhino is […]


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