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#Repost @chancellordavid
a black rhino killed in the north of Liwonde, the poacher sliced off its face - photograph by David Chancellor

I’ve shared many images from my experiences in Liwonde National Park, Malawi, working on assignment for the @thestmagazine with @royanikkhah - It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to for a long while. It was a privilege to work with the CPO’s from @britisharmy and the exceptionally dedicated rangers from @africanparksnetwork who are working together combating the soaring illegal wildlife trade in Liwonde, and across the continent. The figures are astounding…BUT…before you read them again, I’d ask you to look again at the image here, because let’s not sprinkle Disney dust on this, here is what we face, and what these brave souls are fighting to stop, the slaughter of our wildlife; not someone else's on another planet, but ours as guardians of this planet. We share this planet, it’s not ours to pillage at will. Shortly before patrols began, a black rhino was killed in the north of Liwonde. After slaughtering it with an AK47, the poacher sliced off its face. He was apprehended and sentenced to 18 years in prison last month, along with two accomplices also receiving lengthy prison terms. The judge declared them as ‘enemies of the nation’. Its hard to disagree with him. This sentence undoubtably puts a very powerful message out to others who might feel inclined to follow them in this regard, however, it doesn’t bring the black rhino back does it. Extinction is forever, there is no coming back from that. So, let's celebrate the extraordinary work being down by these brave souls, but let’s also look further a field and help them by stopping the demand; by educating those who would propagate this demand as result of their own actions. This must stop before we can no longer turn back from the abyss of extinction - There are currently only about 5000 black rhino left in Africa; on average 1 rhino is killed every 8 hours by a poacher - read that again please and look at the image; let’s not turn away this is happening on our watch. #fightingextinction #endextinction #everydayextinction @everydayextinction #liw


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#Repost @vetpaw
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@Regrann from @everydayextinction - a black rhino killed in the north of Liwonde, the poacher sliced off its face - photograph by David Chancellor

I’ve shared many images from my experiences in Liwonde National Park, Malawi, working on assignment for the @thestmagazine with @royanikkhah - It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to for a long while. It was a privilege to work with the CPO’s from @britisharmy and the exceptionally dedicated rangers from @africanparksnetwork who are working together combating the soaring illegal wildlife trade in Liwonde, and across the continent. The figures are astounding…BUT…before you read them again, I’d ask you to look again at the image here, because let’s not sprinkle Disney dust on this, here is what we face, and what these brave souls are fighting to stop, the slaughter of our wildlife; not someone else's on another planet, but ours as guardians of this planet. We share this planet, it’s not ours to pillage at will. Shortly before patrols began, a black rhino was killed in the north of Liwonde. After slaughtering it with an AK47, the poacher sliced off its face. He was apprehended and sentenced to 18 years in prison last month, along with two accomplices also receiving lengthy prison terms. The judge declared them as ‘enemies of the nation’. Its hard to disagree with him. This sentence undoubtably puts a very powerful message out to others who might feel inclined to follow them in this regard, however, it doesn’t bring the black rhino back does it. Extinction is forever, there is no coming back from that. So, let's celebrate the extraordinary work being down by these brave souls, but let’s also look further a field and help them by stopping the demand; by educating those who would propagate this demand as result of their own actions. This must stop before we can no longer turn back from the abyss of extinction - There are currently only about 5000 black rhino left in Africa; on average 1 rhino is killed every 8 hours by a poacher - read that again please and look at the image; let’s not turn away this is happening on our watch. #fightingextinction #endextinction #everydayextinction @everydaye


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Great to be part of the @zoosvictoria team!

Watch the video introducing the latest Fighting Extinction Dog Squad Rubble & Uda.

https://youtu.be/Bi4FQNfsvJc

#conservationcanines #conservationdog #bordercollie #workingdog #fightingextinction #australia


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Introducing Zoos Victoria's Fighting Extinction Detection Dogs, Rubble and Uda, aka two extremely good boys. ➡️ Head to our Facebook page or YouTube channel for the full video.


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#Repost @vetpaw

@everydayextinction - a black rhino killed in the north of Liwonde, the poacher sliced off its face - 📸 by David Chancellor

I’ve shared many images from my experiences in Liwonde National Park, Malawi, working on assignment for the @thestmagazine with @royanikkhah - It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to for a long while. It was a privilege to work with the CPO’s from @britisharmy and the exceptionally dedicated rangers from @africanparksnetwork who are working together combating the soaring illegal wildlife trade in Liwonde, and across the continent. The figures are astounding…BUT…before you read them again, I’d ask you to look again at the image here, because let’s not sprinkle Disney dust on this, here is what we face, and what these brave souls are fighting to stop, the slaughter of our wildlife; not someone else's on another planet, but ours as guardians of this planet. We share this planet, it’s not ours to pillage at will. Shortly before patrols began, a black rhino was killed in the north of Liwonde. After slaughtering it with an AK47, the poacher sliced off its face. He was apprehended and sentenced to 18 years in prison last month, along with two accomplices also receiving lengthy prison terms. The judge declared them as ‘enemies of the nation’. Its hard to disagree with him. This sentence undoubtably puts a very powerful message out to others who might feel inclined to follow them in this regard, however, it doesn’t bring the black rhino back does it. Extinction is forever, there is no coming back from that. So, let's celebrate the extraordinary work being down by these brave souls, but let’s also look further a field and help them by stopping the demand; by educating those who would propagate this demand as result of their own actions. This must stop before we can no longer turn back from the abyss of extinction - There are currently only about 5000 black rhino left in Africa; on average 1 rhino is killed every 8 hours by a poacher - read that again please and look at the image; let’s not turn away this is happening on our watch. #fightingextinction #endextinction #everydayextinct #endangered #rhino #liwonde #poaching


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@Regrann from @everydayextinction - a black rhino killed in the north of Liwonde, the poacher sliced off its face - photograph by David Chancellor

I’ve shared many images from my experiences in Liwonde National Park, Malawi, working on assignment for the @thestmagazine with @royanikkhah - It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to for a long while. It was a privilege to work with the CPO’s from @britisharmy and the exceptionally dedicated rangers from @africanparksnetwork who are working together combating the soaring illegal wildlife trade in Liwonde, and across the continent. The figures are astounding…BUT…before you read them again, I’d ask you to look again at the image here, because let’s not sprinkle Disney dust on this, here is what we face, and what these brave souls are fighting to stop, the slaughter of our wildlife; not someone else's on another planet, but ours as guardians of this planet. We share this planet, it’s not ours to pillage at will. Shortly before patrols began, a black rhino was killed in the north of Liwonde. After slaughtering it with an AK47, the poacher sliced off its face. He was apprehended and sentenced to 18 years in prison last month, along with two accomplices also receiving lengthy prison terms. The judge declared them as ‘enemies of the nation’. Its hard to disagree with him. This sentence undoubtably puts a very powerful message out to others who might feel inclined to follow them in this regard, however, it doesn’t bring the black rhino back does it. Extinction is forever, there is no coming back from that. So, let's celebrate the extraordinary work being down by these brave souls, but let’s also look further a field and help them by stopping the demand; by educating those who would propagate this demand as result of their own actions. This must stop before we can no longer turn back from the abyss of extinction - There are currently only about 5000 black rhino left in Africa; on average 1 rhino is killed every 8 hours by a poacher - read that again please and look at the image; let’s not turn away this is happening on our watch. #fightingextinction #endextinction #everydayextinction @everydayextinction #liwonde


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a black rhino killed in the north of Liwonde, the poacher sliced off its face - photograph by David Chancellor

I’ve shared many images from my experiences in Liwonde National Park, Malawi, working on assignment for the @thestmagazine with @royanikkhah - It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to for a long while. It was a privilege to work with the CPO’s from @britisharmy and the exceptionally dedicated rangers from @africanparksnetwork who are working together combating the soaring illegal wildlife trade in Liwonde, and across the continent. The figures are astounding…BUT…before you read them again, I’d ask you to look again at the image here, because let’s not sprinkle Disney dust on this, here is what we face, and what these brave souls are fighting to stop, the slaughter of our wildlife; not someone else's on another planet, but ours as guardians of this planet. We share this planet, it’s not ours to pillage at will. Shortly before patrols began, a black rhino was killed in the north of Liwonde. After slaughtering it with an AK47, the poacher sliced off its face. He was apprehended and sentenced to 18 years in prison last month, along with two accomplices also receiving lengthy prison terms. The judge declared them as ‘enemies of the nation’. Its hard to disagree with him. This sentence undoubtably puts a very powerful message out to others who might feel inclined to follow them in this regard, however, it doesn’t bring the black rhino back does it. Extinction is forever, there is no coming back from that. So, let's celebrate the extraordinary work being down by these brave souls, but let’s also look further a field and help them by stopping the demand; by educating those who would propagate this demand as result of their own actions. This must stop before we can no longer turn back from the abyss of extinction - There are currently only about 5000 black rhino left in Africa; on average 1 rhino is killed every 8 hours by a poacher - read that again please and look at the image; let’s not turn away this is happening on our watch. #fightingextinction #endextinction #everydayextinction @everydayextinction #liwonde #liwondenationalpark #rhino #horn


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a black rhino killed in the north of Liwonde, the poacher sliced off its face - photograph by David Chancellor

I’ve shared many images from my experiences in Liwonde National Park, Malawi, working on assignment for the @thestmagazine with @royanikkhah - It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to for a long while. It was a privilege to work with the CPO’s from @britisharmy and the exceptionally dedicated rangers from @africanparksnetwork who are working together combating the soaring illegal wildlife trade in Liwonde, and across the continent. The figures are astounding…BUT…before you read them again, I’d ask you to look again at the image here, because let’s not sprinkle Disney dust on this, here is what we face, and what these brave souls are fighting to stop, the slaughter of our wildlife; not someone else's on another planet, but ours as guardians of this planet. We share this planet, it’s not ours to pillage at will. Shortly before patrols began, a black rhino was killed in the north of Liwonde. After slaughtering it with an AK47, the poacher sliced off its face. He was apprehended and sentenced to 18 years in prison last month, along with two accomplices also receiving lengthy prison terms. The judge declared them as ‘enemies of the nation’. Its hard to disagree with him. This sentence undoubtably puts a very powerful message out to others who might feel inclined to follow them in this regard, however, it doesn’t bring the black rhino back does it. Extinction is forever, there is no coming back from that. So, let's celebrate the extraordinary work being down by these brave souls, but let’s also look further a field and help them by stopping the demand; by educating those who would propagate this demand as result of their own actions. This must stop before we can no longer turn back from the abyss of extinction - There are currently only about 5000 black rhino left in Africa; on average 1 rhino is killed every 8 hours by a poacher - read that again please and look at the image; let’s not turn away this is happening on our watch. #fightingextinction #endextinction #everydayextinction @everydayextinction #liwonde #liwondenationalpark #rhino #horn


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high up in the lush forests of Liwonde National Park, Malawi, looking down towards the Shire River in the distance - worth the effort in preserving I think ☺️ so precious... @thestmagazine @africanparksnetwork @britisharmy @royanikkhah #conserving #conservation #malawi #africa #stopthetrade #stoppoaching #hippo #elephant #rhino #horn #ivory #everydayextinction #fightingextinction #liwondenationalpark #liwonde @hellokiosk @artfuldodgersimaging


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Repost from @animalsfeellove using @RepostRegramApp - #Repost @dp4k.m
TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
Via attn:
#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder


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@Regranned from @_scorpione_62 - @Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann - #regrann


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The number 2 is for 2 platoon, followed by The Queen's Company crest. The 5 below is for the 5 friends, colleagues serving with the Grenadier Guards, who died in action in Afghanistan 2012, It was a bad year - a member of the elite team of specially trained British soldiers, known as CPO’s (counter poaching operatives) @britisharmy operating alongside rangers from @africanparksnetwork who together are fighting now to combat the soaring illegal wildlife trade - Liwonde National Park, Malawi. With 71% of Malawians living below the poverty line (earnings less than £1.50 per day) many of Liwonde’s villagers rely on fishing and bushmeat to survive. Their deployment will however not have a sustained impact unless the provision of alternative livelihoods for local communities is taken equally seriously. The British Army has partnered with the rangers from African Parks in order to prevent the killing of elephants for their tusks, and rhino for their horns. Malawi’s president, Peter Mutharika, see’s the British Army deployments as vital to his country’s fight against poverty; building capacity to enforce tough law, and secure wildlife. On assignment for @thestmagazine #malawi read the full story by @royanikkhah online #stoppoaching #elephant #rhino #horn #endextinction #fightingextinction #everydayextinction @everydayextinction #africa #antipoaching #antipoachingunit #africa @tusk_org @artfuldodgersimaging @hellokiosk #conserving


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@Regranned from @belinda_vegan - @Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
Via attn:
#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann - #regrann


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@Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann


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The ultimate kill for a hunter. Hard to stalk, elusive, afraid of humans, oh wait, nope.....was thinking of something else not giraffes.

@Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann


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#Repost @dp4k.m
TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder


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@Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurderwilderness.liberatethemfront - #regrann


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@Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann


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#RepostSave @_scorpione_62 with @repostsaveapp ・・・ @Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
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#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann


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Repost from @dp4k.m

TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
Via attn:
#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder


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@Regranned from @dp4k.m - TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
Via attn:
#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder - #regrann


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TROPHY HUNTERS ARE ACCELERATING GIRAFFES ON THE ROAD TO EXTINCTION!
Via attn:
#giraffes #fightingextinction #trophyhunters #heartlessbastards #trophyhuntingismurder


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@Regranned from @hoytheidi28 - @Regrann from @dp4k.m - Found this morning at suvereto (Livorno) a wolf skinned and hanging on to a road junction.
The vile gesture is accompanied by a sign, obviously sarcastic.
It's not the first discovery of the genus in Tuscany, where the conflict and the non-acceptance of the wolf are at very high levels.
Hope sweeps, that they can identify and punish in an exemplary manner those responsible.
Translated from Canis lupus Italicus - Lupo appenninico FB
#italy #wolf🐺 #fightingextinction - #regrann👉🏼 follow @angelitovegano - #regrann


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