Prince William sounds the battle cry over rhino killers
CHRIS JACKSON/Getty Images Prince William feeds a 5-year-old black rhino called Zawadi as he visits Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent on June 6, 2012. William visited the park to meet staff and rhinos involved in a translocation project.
Fatherhood is just around the corner for Prince William, but it’s the future of baby rhinos that is concerning him these days.
William, a long-time advocate for species conservation, has been “alarmed” over the latest round of illegal killings of black rhinos at a Kenyan sanctuary.
Over two weeks in December, five rhinos were the victims of poachers, who prize the animal’s horns for their medicinal uses, especially in the Far East.
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