One of a thousand ways of death: Last weekend, a suspicious poacher was killed after being crushed to death by a group of elephants in Kruger Park, South Africa..Yes, according to the park department, when he crossed the road, the man and two other accomplices escaped from the guards Giant epithelium.
What happened to this hunter and the elephant in South Africa?
Authorities recently reported that they found the body of a suspected poacher crushed by an elephant in Kruger Park, South Africa. In this regard, SanPark spokesperson Isaac Phaahla said that this happened after they found some suspicious persons on Saturday and began to persecute them..
[Thread] Media release-the suspect in KNP killed the suspect
South Africa National Parks (SANParks) today (April 18, 2021) reported the death of a suspected poacher in Kruger National Park (KNP) and arrested an associate who happened yesterday/…
—Kruger National Park (@SANParksKNP) April 18, 2021
“The deceased and his comrades fled the rangers when they encountered a group of elephants during the breeding season.”, They reported it through a statement. Then they added that they also found an axe and a bag of grain, and they believed these people were hunting rhinos.
What happened to the other hunters?
On the other hand, the park rangers said that they managed to arrest a suspected hunter, but they were still looking for a third suspect who was injured in their eyes.. In fact, they found a rifle and announced that the police would investigate.
The head of Kruger National Park, Gareth Coleman (Gareth Coleman) recalled that the anti-poaching campaign was everyone’s responsibility because “It threatens many livelihoods, destroys families, and attracts much-needed crime-fighting resources that can be used for job creation and development.”.
It should be noted that South Africa is home to approximately 80% of the rhino population in the world, and the authorities have successfully reduced the number of specimens arrested for the sixth consecutive year.. In addition, Kruger Park is the largest park in the country because it has about 19,000 animals and the largest rhino and elephant population.
*Information from DW