This video is called Saving the Black Rhino.
From Fauna & Flora International:
East Africa’s largest black rhino population hits 100
Posted on: 28.11.13 (Last edited) 28th November 2013
The birth of Ol Pejeta Conservancy’s 100th black rhino offers new hope for a species on the brink.
On a continent where rhino populations have been plagued for decades by illegal wildlife trade, and where poaching is just as much a threat today as it was three decades ago, the birth of a new black rhino shows there is still hope for this Critically Endangered species.
October saw the arrival of Ol Pejeta Conservancy’s 100th black rhino, making the Kenyan sanctuary’s black rhino population the most important in East Africa for conservation.
The conservancy, located in Kenya’s Laikipia County, has steadily built up its black rhino population from 20 individuals in the 1990s to the 100…
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