Kenya relocates black rhinos

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A White rhino walks after exiting a cage at Kenya's Nairobi National Park May 3, 2011, Reuters

NAIROBI (Reuters) – The Kenya Wildlife Service has started moving 14 black rhinos to a sanctuary in the south east of the country to offer a more secure location for the endangered species. Tourism Minister Najib Balala said: “We are not only concentrating on increasing the numbers, we are also concentrating on using technology to manage wildlife, both inside and outside the national parks.”

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