Kruger National Park to protect its rhinoceroses

Previously, tourists staying at one of the Kruger National Park’s rest camps were able to consult maps decorated with coloured pins telling them where the elusive beasts were last spotted, maximising their chances of finding one. Rhino poaching has soared in southern Africa, driven by a demand for their horns from Asia, where they are erroneously believed to cure cancer and impotence.

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Kruger National Park to protect its rhinoceroses