Probably heavy rain and Wind have turned over the masts of electricity, said the spokesman Ike Phaahla. It is thought, therefore, that the Giraffe or the white rhinoceros were killed first and the other animals wanted to eat the carcass. Maybe “came to the lions because of the free meal, but the wire was still in power, and then came the hyenas and it took a life”.
The Kruger national Park is something as large as the Rhineland-Palatinate and is located in the North-East of the country. He is popular among tourists especially because of the many wild animals, including rhinos. In Africa, there are estimated to be around 20 000 to 25 000 rhinos left in the wild, most of them in South Africa.
In the FOCUS Online/Glomex As Leopard approaches, the white porcupine to fight back pcl/dpa