South Africa-Mozambique Cooperation Reduces Rhino Poaching

February 20, 2020 10:42 AM
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Officials at South African National Parks say cooperation with neighboring Mozambique has been a key factor in reducing rhinoceros poaching in the famous Kruger National Park.  Kruger is home to the world's largest wild rhino population, and has proven a tempting target for poachers who for years jumped the park’s borders.  Marize de Klerk reports from Kruger National Park, South Africa.