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Poached Rhino has big plans for 2016, as this year we are set to embark upon a huge project which aims to protect 50 rhinos. Project 3 is a massive undertaking and will involve the construction of two specialist fences which will incorporate high tech security in order to protect some 50 rhinos, many of which are orphan babies as well as the survivors

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Rhino Ball Part 2

Outstanding Success – Part 2   For the second year running, Poached Rhino’s Wild in Africa Rhino Ball proved to be an outstanding success; doubling last year’s profit, raising a staggering R300,000 during an exceptional evening, which took place in February in Franschhoek, South Africa. The glamorous, sunset soiree, which sold out within five days of tickets being released, was generously supported by a

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Prince William condems poaching

Prince William has issued his gravest warning yet that the rhino is dangerously close to extinction, telling ITV News that the world has as little as five years left to save the species. In a recent interview the Duke of Cambridge condemned the illegal poaching trade that is decimating the rhino in Africa. He said it would be “devastating for humanity” and future generations

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Rhino poachers hit Koffylaagte at Eastern Cape

Rhino poachers hit Koffylaagte at Eastern Cape, with the full moon on Saturday Night… “Early hours of the Sunday morning, poachers sneak into the Koffylaagte game reserve.. taking the moon light to their advantage to conduct their illicit pursuit. The breeding couple of rhinos were wandering under the Karoo stars during the last minutes of their peaceful life, while shadows of the bastards approached.

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A glimpse of hope at Koffylaagte…

The weekend Rhino poaching ordeal left the Eastern Cape retreat Koffylaagte Game farm with much remorse, yet the efforts are rewarding and the poaching victim dehorned bull survived. It is difficult to say for sure but it looks like the poachers first darted the bull and started dehorning him however something must have spooked them for they only managed to cut the big front

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