Watch: Six South African black rhinos have made the long journey to Chad as part of an ambitious re-population project set in the Central African country where the species were hunted into extinction nearly half a century ago.
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Source: The New York Times
Six black rhinoceroses were flown from South Africa to Zakouma National Park in Chad last week, reuniting the threatened animal with a land it has...
An ambitious project is returning endangered black rhinos to places where they haven't been seen in years.
Source: ABC News
Six black rhinos were flown thousands of miles across the African continent today to Chad, where they had been relentlessly hunted to local extinction almost...
Source: The Independent
lmost 50 years after they were hunted to local extinction, black rhinos will again roam the wilds of the Central African nation of Chad, the...
Source: Sciences et Avenir avec AFP
6 rhinocéros noirs provenant d'Afrique du Sud ont commencé leur périple jusqu'au Tchad où ils vont pouvoir repeupler le parc national de Zakouma.
Source: New York Times
Six critically endangered black rhinos are being transported from South Africa to Chad, restoring the species to the country in north-central Africa nearly half a...
Six rhinocéros noirs venant d'Afrique du Sud vont être réintroduits dans le parc national de Zakouma, au Tchad, où l'espèce a disparu au début des...
Source: SABC Morning Live
South African Minister of Environmental Affairs, Dr Edna Molewa, and the Minister of Environment and Fisheries of the Republic of Chad, Dr Ahmat Mbodou Mahamat,...
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