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Preserve the Rhino to Tell the Future Generation- They Exist

Proving humanity and love for animals

The black rhino of the eastern region took its first step on the land of Africa. Preserve the Rhino, the journey of the rhino started in the Czech Republic which is 6000 kilometers away from the land of Africa. They get prepared by the keepers of Dvur Kralove Safari Park.

The keepers use confined areas for stimulating their conditions on the flock. The main aim is the transportation from Europe to Africa of rhinos. This means a lot to the park of Rwanda. The breeding process has actually started for 40 long years.

Now they are in a position of sending rhinos safely back it African land. That is why they were clearly identified, about five individuals those who fit appropriately must be brought to Rwanda back. The rhinos will start their journey again from Africa to the Czech Republic, then to Akagera National Park via Kigali.

If all goes perfectly good and if the animals settle well then they will be able to spend the rest of their lives on the wild. The journey takes around 30 hours to transport the rhinos by air or land. And at last, they successfully arrive in Rwanda. The enclosed coverage in which they are transported is their last bar before escaping in the wild.

Akagera National Park, Rwanda, is situated in roughly the Eastern Africa. It Comprises of 1,122 square kilometers. Founded by the Belgian Government in 1934, under which this region fell then, was largely populated by African wild dogs. Later on, Black Rhinos were taken in from Tanzania.

Though widespread poaching ensured the steady decline of them from 50 in the following years. The home of 250-300 lions, witnessed a massacre when the farmers settled in the park. Giraffes were also brought in from Kenya, which witnessed a steady growth in population.

When the keepers find that the animals have arrived safely, they feel happy because they have survived and arrived in Rwanda safely. The caretakers of Rwanda think that conserving the animal are not just for the sake of conserving them.

But they all observe a way of betterment or maybe the improvement of their lives in the current year as well as in the future years. When it was decided that the Rhinos will be released, the first thing which was taken care of was of finding up a suitable place which would be safe for the animals.

But the threat remains of poaching. This is because of the demand of Rhino horn for not only e medicinal values (it has none) but also for an increase in demand for Jewelleries and other valuable materials curbed out from these.

Thus to find a solution to this vital thread, a national park with a strong arm security force and technically high anti-poaching solutions have been found out. The bill is fitted by the conservation organization of African parts which are in a partnership with the Rwanda government

The precious rhinos of the world have been wiped away twice due to their horns. It may be either for carving out some valuable trinkets on Maybe due to the demand for the jewelry of Rhino horns. Once during the year 1940 and 1950 there where the demand of their horns to make weapons like a dagger and the same thing was repeated during the year 2010.

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During the month of May in 2017, the African parks successfully were able to translocate near about 18 black Rhinos from the eastern world that is from South Africa to the national park of Akagera.

This was in collaboration with the development Board of Rwanda and the Howard G Buffett Foundation. After the 10 years of absence of these animals, the translocation of 2485 miles of the journey has led to the introduction of the species to their native country.

This can be marked as a testament two extremely strong level of security effective management of the National Park rather than the potential of sustaining rhino population. Search security is provided by the African parks and the Government of Rwanda. With short hope, they are carried and translocated so they the future gets to know about this precious species.

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Sumana Chattaraj

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