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While this site addresses poaching activities with specific emphasis on what we
can achieve as a nation for our rhino in South Africa, poaching pressure on rhino
populations in Zimbabwe is just as rife. Other African countries have also reported
a marked increase in poaching occurrences, and even the small populations of highly
endangered Indian, Javan and Sumatran rhino have not been left unaffected.
We need to take a hard line, zero tolerance approach to poaching in order to ensure
the continued existence of many species, not only those currently on the endangered
Members of the public, of the wildlife and aviation industries, or whoever you may
be, please fill in the form below.
To all the overseas visitors to this site, the rhino that are left belong to our
Earth. We are merely their custodians. - International participation and support
on every level is an indispensable component to the fight against rhino poaching
and the illegal trade of rhino horn to the Far East.
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