01-04-2020 by redazione
In this period of drama for mankind, Nature continues to give us reasons to hope in the beauty of this world that we have undoubtedly also half troubled.
A few days ago a specimen of southern white rhinoceros was born in the Meru National Park. It was the Minister of Tourism and Wildlife of Kenya Najib Balala who greeted the happy event, sharing the news on his Twitter profile.
The Minister put a picture of the little rhino cub with its mother. The new specimen is a male and has been renamed Makosi.
This new sign of hope for the survival of the extremely rare species comes a month after Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) announced the birth of another southern white rhino in Nairobi National Park.
The lucky rhino's mother had secluded herself and escaped the sight of the Park rangers for three days, to reappear with the cub that will have been alive for three days at most.
The southern white rhinoceros belongs to a subspecies of rhinoceros that has been considered at risk of extinction in conservation environments for years, but is gradually repopulating. The northern one, on the contrary, is almost totally extinct: in the world, by now, only two females of this specimen have remained and the last breeding male, called Sudan, has died on March 18th, 2018, in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in the county of Laikipia, at the age of 45 years.
An Italian laboratory will try to save the Kenyan white rhino from extinction. The ...
The last seizure took place yesterday in Vietnam, a hundred pounds of rhino horns from Kenya, reports the sad topicality smuggling related to protected species of the African savannah.
The battle against poachers who kill elephants also proceeds with encouraging...
Faulty sewers were carrying water full of rubbish and who knows what else in the Nairobi...
by Leni Frau
The attempt to save the now very rare species of the white rhinoceros of northern Kenya, of ...
There are 64 parks and national reserves in Kenya, which is the country of the world with the widest variety of animal species in the wildside.
Even the vegetation varies from park to park and with it the microclimate and...
Another horrific accident shocks Kenya in the holiday season.