Suspected poacher eaten by lions in South Africa

A photo taken on January 24, 2018, shows Kenyan rangers of canine unit prepare for their trace training with five-month-old bloodhound puppies in the Mara Triangle, the north western part of Masai Mara national reserve managed by Non profit organization Mara Conservancy, in southern Kenya. In 2009, Mara Conservancy introduced a dog unit to chase or spot poachers across the grasslands. The unit is now comprised of four tracker dogs and two more trained specifically to sniff out ivory and guns at





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