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Celebrating New Life

A huge Success for Wildlife Conservation

Published on: April 29, 2024

📍South Africa

We are overjoyed to share a heartwarming update from our Rhino Mission: one of the rhinos we rescued and protected with AI-collars has given birth! Our team named this little fellow “Rapula” (bringer of rain).

His mother is extremely protective does not let him out of her sight.

This incredible moment is proof for the impact of conservation efforts and the resilience of these magnificent creatures.

In our Rhino Mission, we work tirelessly to safeguard rhinos from the threat of poaching. By equipping them with AI-collars, trimming their horns, and taking blood samples, we ensure their safety in the wild. And now, seeing a newborn calf thrive under the protection of its mother fills us with immense pride and gratitude.

Without our conservation work, these rhinos would still be vulnerable to poachers. But thanks to your support and our dedicated team’s efforts, they can roam freely, reproduce, and grow up together in their natural habitat.

These journeys are a powerful reminder of the impact of conservation efforts, but our work is far from over.

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