KIGALI (Reuters) - Rhino keepers who successfully delivered five endangered black rhinos to Rwanda spent months hugging and coddling them inside their transport boxes to prepare them for the journey, a rhino handler told Reuters as the animals were freed...
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Source: The New Times
“Home sweet home” is an old English expression of a great sense of gratification to be back home, especially after protracted absence.
Source: France 24
Five critically endangered eastern black rhinos were on Monday successfully relocated to Rwanda's Akagera National Park after a long journey from the Czech Republic, park...
Source: Yahoo News
Five rhinos arrived at their new home in Rwanda on June 24 after being moved from a safari park in Czech Republic, officials said.
Source: Anadolu Agency
Largest translocation of rhinos from Europe to Africa, according to officials
Five critically endangered black rhinos from Europe safely landed in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, early Monday.
Source: The Northern Echo
A RHINO who spent her early years in a North Yorkshire zoo will soon run free in Africa as part of a major conservation project.
On Sunday, June 23, five critically endangered black rhinos, born and bred in Europe, will be flown 6,000 km to Akagera National Park in Rwanda.
Source: Minster FM
A rhino, raised at Flamingo Land in North Yorkshire, will be part of a group of rhinos heading to Africa this weekend.
Source: CGTN Africa
Five critically endangered black rhinos, born and bred in Europe, will be flown 6,000 km to Akagera National Park in Rwanda this Sunday 23, in...
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