TWO white rhinos were last week killed in the Mosi-O-Tunya National Park in Livingstone.
The Department of National Parks and Wildlife suspects the killing of the two rhinos was an inside job, as the radio-tagged animals were well-protected and were under surveillance.
“We strongly suspect that this was an inside job involving one of our officers,” said Sakabilo Kalembwe, who is Ministry of Tourism and Arts spokesperson.
According to Mr Kalembwe, the rhinos, a male named Lewis and a female named Sepo, were gunned down on Sunday night by poachers who went away with a horn from one of the animals
Source: Two white rhinos killed in Mosi-o-Tunya Park (30/09/18)
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