Combating Rhino Poaching in Africa with Drones
The Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in South Africa is constantly fighting against poachers who are illegally hunting rhinos to near extinction.
Lions kill suspected poacher in South African wildlife area
Managers of a wildlife area in South Africa say a pride of lions killed a suspected poacher; tracks indicate two accomplices escaped
Lions reportedly devour suspected poacher in South Africa
South African police are trying to identify a suspected poacher who was reportedly killed and partially devoured by lions in a private game reserve near the Kruger National Park . The man’s mauled remains, including his head, were reportedly found today alongside a hunting rifle and ammunition.
Prince Harry took long route to love before Meghan Markle engagement
Prince Harry is no longer a bachelor, having confirmed his engagement to American actress Meghan Markle . Harry, 33, and Markle, 36, began dating in July 2016 after being introduced by mutual friends in London. Harry’s relationship with Markle initially turned heads in part because she is an
April 19, 2001: An inside look into Safari Club International
ABC News' Brian Ross investigates the connection between big money, big game and big institutions.
Many private rhino farmers say dehorning is a no-brainer to save animals: Part 2
Critics have accused these farmers of harvesting the valuable horns for a future profit.
Rhino 911 faces risks to save the lives of animals in South Africa : Part 1
The nonprofit's members are taking on possible ISIS threats and dehorning critics as they try to save rhinoceroses.
American man tries to save rhinoceroses in South Africa
Three white rhinos are killed every day by poachers who want their horns for profit.
Saving rhinos is 'risky' business in South Africa
Members of the nonprofit Rhino 911 put their lives in danger daily to save them from poachers.
Nonprofit works with veterinarians and farmers to protect rhinos from poachers in South Africa
It may seem like a jarring scene -- a rhinoceros , sedated, as veterinary staff saw off its horn -- but this is now becoming increasingly common across South Africa as farmers and others desperately try to save the animals from extinction. "It's the lesser of two evils. Do you leave the horn and