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Black Rhinoceros Breeding Program

Ensuring the survival of the wild Black Rhinoceros is a battle against poaching. South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Kenya collectively have most black rhinos (95.7 per cent). While the overall population has been slowly growing since 1995, in Zimbabwe they have declined alarmingly since 2007, dropping from 546 to 432 in 2009.