Hippos in Uganda

Hippo poaching has recently intensified within some of Uganda’s 10 national parks, according to new evidence. Ranger reports and a new aerial survey show hippo numbers have dropped, and the bodies are often missing—telltale signs of poaching. The findings raise new concerns for the safety of the vulnerable animals.

Read the article in National Geographic by Dina Maron.

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Rhino Horn SYndicate busted by US Law Enforcement with help from partners

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partnered with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to investigate, arrest and prosecute the criminal syndicate operating in Africa involved in trafficking rhino horns, elephant ivory and narcotics. With the help of partner agencies, the investigation resulted in the arrest of Moazu Kromah and others involved in the criminal trafficking of rhino horns, elephant tusks and heroin.

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