’10 steps ahead’: Kenya’s tech war on wildlife poachers

/ 08:10 PM July 01, 2019
Kenya's tech war on poachers

A picture taken on May 28, 2019 shows a trio of white rhinoceros grazing at Ol-Pejeta conservancy at Laikipia’s county headquarters, Nanyuki. Ol-Pejeta, a private conservancy on Kenya’s Laikipia plateau that shelters, among other endangered giants, the only two northern white rhinos left anywhere on earth, launched what it calls the world’s first wildlife tech lab, that develops the latest technological weaponry to combat poaching. Image: AFP/TONY KARUMBA


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TOPICS: conservation technology, endangered animals, Kenya, Ol Pejeta, white rhino, wildlife poachers
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