Rhino populations in the Kruger National Park have plummeted to an estimated 3,529 white and 268 black rhinos – due to poaching & drought
Rhino poaching for 2020 is lower because of the COVID-19 lockdown – although SA Minister claims the victory for her team
Rhino poaching stats released by South African government do not tell the true story of how dire the situation is, say STROOP team
How many rhinos do we have left in our National Parks? An open letter to South African Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, Barbara Creecy.
Our CEO has a message for those of you who want to make a difference for rhinos. Start by watching STROOP, then take action.
The South African Department of Environmental Affairs announces 2018 rhino and elephant poaching stats to date.
Drought & poaching have reduced estimated white rhino numbers in South Africa’s Kruger National Park by 18% during the past year
Zambia’s elephant population has declined by about 90% due to poaching. Its black rhino population, estimated at 13,000 in 1981, is now extinct.
A new study highlights that even the global rhino population of just under 30,000 individuals is not nearly enough to meet demand if rhino horn trade is legalised.
The rhino poaching documentary STROOP is to be released this year, this is the story of one character, the rhino called Hope.
According to a wildlife expert, wildlife poaching has become a serious threat to democracy in many countries where it takes place.
Exhausted orphaned rhino looks for comfort with cars in the Kruger.
We look at the rhino poaching stats as at January 2013, based on data provided by SANParks. This is the beginning of the surge in poaching