Wild Black Rhinos to Return to Chad After a 50-Year Absence


An unprecedented collaboration between the South African and Chadian Governments, SANParks and African Parks, is enabling the translocation of critically endangered black rhinos from South Africa to a secure park in Chad on the 3rd of May, reintroducing the species to the country after almost fifty years of local extinction.    

Johannesburg, South Africa: South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), the Chadian Government, conservation non-profit African Parks and South African National Parks (SANParks) announced on Thursday the 3rdof May the…

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