Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation Trust

Globally rhino are facing their greatest threat of extinction in history. Black rhino populations that were over 60,000 strong as recently as 1970 now teeter on the brink of extinction at a generously estimated 5,000 individuals left in the wild. At least 1,338 rhinos were killed by poachers across Africa in 2015, and Zimbabwean rhino populations remain low and vulnerable. In 2015, 36 black rhino and 9 white rhino were poached resulting in a negative growth rate for both species. If poaching continues at this level, Zimbabwe is sure to lose its rhino completely. Black rhino in Zimbabwe currently number 471 nationwide and white rhino 339. Although government and NGO driven efforts target th...
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