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Kenyan motocross riders raise their voice about zero-tolerance for wildlife crime

Posted on June 7, 2016 at 5:40 AM


Close to 300 Kenyan National Championship Motocross riders, their families and general public celebrated on 5 June the World Environment Day 2016 and raised their voices about zero-tolerance for wildlife crime and the damage it does to natural heritage and economy in Kenya and in the world. During the celebrations, the teams studied the facts about the illegal global trade in wildlife, completed a quiz about endangered species and announced adoption of Quanza – a five-year baby elephant orphaned by poaching. At the end of the event, the Mx-teams affirmed the need for safeguarding wildlife for future generations.


Categories: Environmental News

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