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Title: A trust to fight for desert wildlife in Namibia
Author(s): Clements, B.; Loutit, B.; Owen-Smith, G.; Viljoen, P.J.
Year published: 1984
Journal: Oryx
Volume: 18 (4)
Pages: 215-217, figs. 1-3, map 1
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Subject:
Species:
Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
Distribution - Poaching
African Rhino Species
In March 1983 a young female black rhino was killed by poachers, leaving a 4-months old calf to die. It was saved by the Namibia Wildlife Trust and is now in the care of the Department of Nature Conservation.
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Location:
Subject:
Species:
Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
Namibia Wildlife Trust investigated the area and it has been found that numbers are healthy and viable breeding groups are present in secluded areas.
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Location:
Subject:
Species:
Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
Numbers of black rhino have been drastically reduced in Kaokoland. None were seen in the aerial survey of 1982. Recent ground work has revealed that they have survived in very small numbers and there is hope that, with better protection, they shall once more breed there.
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Location:
Subject:
Species:
Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
Management
Black Rhino
In March 1983 a young female black rhino was killed by poachers, leaving a 4-months old calf to die. It was saved by the Namibia Wildlife Trust and is now in the care of the Department of Nature Conservation.
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