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The Perfect World Foundation is specifically target the Wildlife trade under the name “Save The Rhino″, the rhino is the ambassador for elephants, lions, tigers etc. with extra focus on the ongoing poaching, raising awareness and funds. Read more…
The Perfect World Foundation is specifically target the Wildlife trade under the name “Save The Rhino″, the rhino is the ambassador for elephants, lions, tigers etc. with extra focus on the ongoing poaching, raising awareness and funds. The whole world is fighting to save the last remaining Rhinos and Elephants. If poaching continues at current levels there will be no wild Rhinos or Elephants left in 5-7 years’ time.
In 2007, in South Africa, 13 Rhinos were killed because of their horns. In 2013 this figure had climbed to 1004 (in South Africa only). The 16th of January this year we got the following very clear message: “Hell has arrived in Kruger”. The park had been attacked simultaneously from five different directions and the anti-poaching guards did not stand a chance to stop the illegal massacre. At the end of the week, the stock, that was already under severe pressure, had been reduced by 63 Rhinos. This forms part of the background as to why The Perfect World Foundation is dedicated to increase the level of awareness and to raise funds to stop the illegal poaching and Wildlife Trade . The Rhino has been chosen as the ambassador for all endangered animals, such as: elephants, lions, tigers, etc. This is being done through the project “Save the Rhino”. We will continue to raise awareness and fundings for as long as it is necessary to save rhinos and elephants through The Perfect World Foundation!
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