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SABIE GAME RESERVE, MOZAMBIQUE, 10 APRIL 2016: Sighting of white rhinos inside Sabie Game reserve in Mozambique. Rhino have been declared officially extinct in Mozambique and these rhino are part of a brave few that venture out of nearby Kruger National Park in South Africa and into Sabie Game Park on the Mozambique side. Rhino poaching is rampant on the Mozambique side of the border and Sabie Game Park is working with IAPF, the International Anti-Poaching Foundation, an NGO dedicated to Rhino protection. Thanks to their efforts Rhino have begun to apprear safely again in the Sabie Game Park area of Mozambique. The general life expectancy of a rhino that ventures out of Kruger into Mozambique is 12 to 24 hours before it will be shot for its horn. (Photo by Brent Stirton/Getty Images Reportage for National Geographic Magazine.)

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