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Lewa Relocates Endangered Black Rhinos

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has recently completed the relocation of 11 endangered black rhinos to the neighboring Borana Conservancy. This is one of the Conservancy's biggest trans-location projects! Years of conservation efforts have enabled Lewa to reach its maximum black rhino carrying capacity, and it is now able to restock areas that previously held this endangered species. Lewa remains committed to protecting and preserving the well-being of this critically endangered species.

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Find more information about Lewa here and more about Rhino relocation and conservation efforts here and here.

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