EP 1: Black Rhinos in Kenya

Ol Jogi Ranch, a wildlife conservancy in Kenya, sits at ground zero for what conservation manager Jamie Gaymer describes literally as a war. As organized crime syndicates and poachers have decimated populations of some of the world’s most endangered animals — particularly Eastern Black Rhinos — conservationists have had to take extreme measures, such as creating their own private army to protect the animals.

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