Search
  • Dave Harmon, PW editor

Malawi | 17 rhinos from South Africa released into Liwonde NP

BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Seventeen black rhinos have been released into Malawi’s Liwonde national park after arriving from South Africa as part of conservation efforts aimed at keeping the local population of the endangered species healthy and safe.


By moving the beasts, in one of the biggest international relocations of its kind, conservationists hope to ensure wild black rhinos remain genetically diverse to better fight off disease.


https://www.reuters.com/article/us-malawi-rhino/malawi-receives-17-black-rhinos-from-south-africa-idUSKBN1XN1Y4

Recent Posts

See All

For the first time since 2004, Pennsylvania has a new state park. Three of them, actually — as well as a former mining area that will be turned into a playground for motorized offroad vehicles even

MACON, Georgia(41NBC/WMGT)– Macon-Bibb County announced this week that it has donated several land parcels to the Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park. The 250 acres located off of Ocmulgee East