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Rhino Awareness Day on Kenya TV

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Rhino Awareness Day on Kenya TV


“Two young rhinos at the Solio Wildlife Conservancy were on Friday named in a new soft-power approach to the conservation of the endangered species. In an event organized by conservation group, Rhino Watch pupils from Muthuini and Labura primary schools named the two calves and adopted them as their pets. They will regularly visit the young rhinos to observe their progress. A three-month-old black rhino was named Kinza while a younger white rhino was named Kent. Frank Wirth, the Director of Rhino Watch Safari Lodge, who organized the event in conjunction with the Kenya Tourism Board offices in Kenya and Europe said the new initiative is meant to create a generation of the conservancy’s neighbors who see the rhinos as part of their heritage to be conserved for posterity.”

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