These Wildlife Rangers Are Helping Preserve a Living, Breathing Part Of Nature

By Valerie Miller

When a person, or group, takes on a task that does not seem to directly benefit them it automatically puts them into a realm with the rarest kind of humanity. A great example of that kind of determination can be found at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.  Wildlife rangers on the more than 90,000 ares of land struggle daily to keep endangered species like the Northern White Rhino from facing extinction at the hands of greedy, brainless cavemen we call poachers.  The rhino in these photos is named Sudan and he is the very last Northern White Rhino in existence, thanks to poachers and the rangers.  It is the selfless strife that the rangers possess which should be recognized, as they are the only thing on Earth doing something to help Sudan and other our magnificent friends who roam the African plains.

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