Rhino Revolution is tackling the escalating poaching crisis with a unique three step approach, through
(i) implementing tough and innovative anti-poaching measures today
(ii) rehabilitating orphaned calves for release back into the wild
(iii) educating and inspiring the young people of the impoverished, local communities – the conservationists of tomorrow.
Rhino Revolution is located at the heart of South
Africa’s greatest rhino population – the Greater Kruger Area, and consequently is at the epicentre of the poaching crisis.
In addition to caring for rhino, Rhino Revolution also provide a rehabilitation service rescue and centre for rescued pangolins. Pangolins are most most illegally trafficked animal in the world. Pangolin scales and rhino horn are both made of keratin - the same as human toenails.