Saturday, 23 June 2012

Ol pejeta’s hope to keep the Rhino sub species increases.

The management groups at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy which is situated in the central Kenyan highlands near Nanyuki jumped for joy after they were told about the two out of their four Northern White Rhinos which they brought some years back from a zoo in the Czech Republic were actually seen mating which will help to get the Najin in the family way but that is yet to be confirmed by the vets. This is some kind of achievement to them as it would result into careful matching her with Suni.

Najin gave birth to Fatu about 10 years ago and they are now sure that this subspecies will actually be saved after it has almost no more in all Kenyan parks and conservation areas following those that were killed in Garamba National Park that is why those that were left were transferred from there following the Minister in the Kinshas’s order.  They claimed at the time the regime was able to protect the rare species something that was not true at all and not long afterwards were the last of the species in the wild poached to extinction and this discredited the megalomaniac politician and Kabila’s reign. There are only four of the rare animals available for breeding on Ol Pejeta where they are well protected but they thought they were too old to successfully mate but now, hope fully they will be able to get another cross breed and will ensure the longer term survival of the Northern White Rhino which were seen some time back in Uganda, South Sudan, the Congo and the Central African Republic. Best of luck to Richard Vigne, CEO of Ol Pejeta and his entire team of devoted staff.

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