Tide turns on one front in Africa’s war against rhino poachers

Reuters: New infantry-style tactics of concealment and ambush by armed park rangers are credited with turning the tide in the war against poachers of the endangered rhino on one front, in South Africa's Madikwe Game Reserve. The slaughter of rhinos - a creature regarded as an icon of African wildlife - for their horns to meet soaring demand in Asia has raised alarm bells among conservationists. Since April, Madikwe rangers previously so under-equipped that they lacked even boots have been undergoing......

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