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    More: Cool, Elephant, Population, rhino counters, biological point of view, Chitwan National Park, growth of rhinos, private sector, rhinos  
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604 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 13 Apr 2021 at 9:38 AM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-04-13 9:44:42 AM  
I understood that reference.
 
2021-04-13 10:31:55 AM  
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2021-04-13 10:54:50 AM  
You do of course realize that "Viva Nepal" is an anagram of "VAIN PAVEL", right?


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2021-04-13 11:27:40 AM  
You'd think there'd be more rhinos in the world. Every time I look at them I can see they're horny.
 
2021-04-13 1:44:22 PM  
That article is wild.

FTA:The rhino counters ride domesticated elephants to traverse Chitwan National Park, which covers a vast 950 sq km (367 sq mile) area and has very limited roads. Several of the team in Chitwan were injured when a rogue wild elephant pursued and attacked their animals, causing them to panic and run amok.

Then a few days later at the Bardiya sanctuary, a smaller habitat about 400km (248 miles) west, a tiger killed an elephant trainer who was gathering fodder for the animal at the end of the day's survey.


This is yet another reason I think conservationists are way more badass than hunters. Hunting is not a sport, hunting is just acting out one's fear, the most lazy ways possible. Counting and protecing wildlife is sporting and a genuine adventure.
 
2021-04-14 9:40:34 AM  
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