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Africa's deserted game reserves shift from safaris to slaughter 1 year 3 months ago #43

Very concerning article ~ From safaris to slaughter: Butchered for valuable horns, rhinos are among the tragic victims in a new poaching epidemic - as Africa's deserted game reserves lose the tourist millions that protected its wildlife wonders. In the wake of the emergence of Covid-19, Botswana is in lockdown, its borders closed. With the collapse of the tourist industry, locals in the area surrounding the safari camp have lost their livelihoods and a region once famed for its protection of big game is now a poachers' paradise. Read more
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