Hunting wild game is a popular travel activity in Africa, but the chilling death of at least three illegal rhino poachers, reported in the New York Times this week, is a reminder that humans are not always at the top of the food chain, particularly in Africa.
A staff member at the Sibuya Game Reserve in South Africa noticed a strange object on the ground last Friday. At first he thought it looked like a soccer ball, but looking up close he saw it was a human skull.
According to The Times, rangers and police officers confirmed the next morning that as many as three suspected rhino poachers had been killed by lions in the game reserve.
“There are more poachers now, and they are very well equipped” https://t.co/99MkYNpeMS
— Global Wildlife Conservation (@Global_Wildlife) July 6, 2018
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