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An Elephant sent a suspected poacher to an early death

A suspected poacher was killed by elephants in South Africa on Friday, a spokesman said. The destroyed body was discovered on Thursday during an intelligence operation aimed at preventing poaching, according to Kruger spokesman Isaac Phaahla.left, but before the animals had been injured, an elephant was struck to death with a poker, when the others fled, said Phaahla. 

 

"The initial investigations suspect that the deceased was killed by an elephant and was left behind by his accomplices," he added. Kruger said. Wildering the elephant He said they comfortably rescued the man's mobile phone, which the rangers of the police had given him to deal with their efforts to pursue their co-growers. 

 

Lions sent similarly to a wifter in Kruger in a similar way. This complements this victim called the Emergency Direct Line to inform him. The lions only left the head of a man they found three days later, Phaahla said. 

 

Riss on Wilderer: Kruger is hit hard by the desert, particularly the rhinoceros. The park reported in February that its rhinoceros population had increased by more than 70% in the last decade, to just under 4,000. 

 

The park has managed to crack down on wildlife crimes in the last two years, thanks to the new technology and increased patrols that have helped suspects before they kill Phaahla. Travel restrictions and COVID have also given the park ventilation. Kruger said he has seen a reduction in animals of 37 percent in the past year.

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Source: https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/africa/suspected-poacher-killed-by-elephants-in-south-africa/amp/

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Elephant Isaac Phaahla.left Kruger Phaahla. South Africa

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