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How South African private reserves and the government are saving rhinos from extinction

This method saves the lives of these mammals, at least for a while

South Africa is home to 90% of the world's rhino population. At Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park in Zululand, South Africa, poaching is on the rise within the reserve and in the surrounding private reserves: "To save the almost extinct population of rhinos we have had to go to extremes to get the horns removed," Tracey Jarman, who represents Bonamanzi Game reserve, a private reserve near Hluhluwe-imfolozi park, says.

Dr. Trevor Viljoen, a wildlife veterinarian, points out that the rhino is worth many times less than the value of its horn. "And in order to save the rhino population from extinction, the most extreme measures have to be taken," he stresses. Trevor Viljoen hopes that poachers will soon lose interest in the place called "rhino province", KwaZulu-Natal.

Although it isn't the best solution, this method saves the lives of these ungulate mammals, at least for a while.

Tracey added: "To save these unique animals, we patrol the reserve around the clock from the air using drones. And we set up thermal imaging cameras on the ground. Financially it's certainly not easy for a private natural reserve".

Dr. Sally Armstrong, a wildlife veterinarian, explains that the rhino horn trade is very popular because it is considered a miracle cure in many countries, even though no medicinal benefits have ever been established, as reported by Durban TV, a partner of TV BRICS.

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