Un noble gesto es el que está realizando el principe Harry, quien está llamando a la conciencia de las personas por la protección a los animales que viven en peligro en África desde su cuenta en Instagram.
“¿Cómo puede ser que 30.000 elefantes fueron asesinados el año pasado? ¿Ninguno de ellos tenía nombres, así que no importa? ¿Y para qué? ¿Sus colmillos?” comentó el inglés.
Prince Harry has released this personal photo taken during his summer visit to southern Africa. Here Prince Harry shares his story behind the photograph… “After a very long day in Kruger National Park, with five rhinos sent to new homes and three elephants freed from their collars – like this sedated female – I decided to take a moment. I know how lucky I am to have these experiences, but hearing stories from people on the ground about how bad the situation really is, upset and frustrated me. How can it be that 30,000 elephants were slaughtered last year alone? None of them had names, so do we not care? And for what? Their tusks? Seeing huge carcasses of rhinos and elephants scattered across Africa, with their horns and tusks missing is a pointless waste of beauty.” Photograph © Prince Harry
“Al ver enormes cadáveres de rinocerontes y elefantes dispersos en toda África, con sus cuernos y colmillos faltantes es un desperdicio inútil de la belleza” dijo en otra fotografía que compartió.
Prince Harry has released this personal video taken during his summer visit to southern Africa. Here Prince Harry shares his story behind the video… “These baby rhinos are at an orphanage because their mothers were killed by poachers. I can’t say where this is for obvious reasons. But I spent an afternoon with Petronel Nieuwoubt who runs the orphanage. The youngest rhino was called Don. He was just two months old when he was found in Kruger National Park. Petronel has students and volunteers from all over the world come to look after these orphans. They pay for this experience and that money is used for milk, food, fencing and rangers for security.” For more information go to: www.careforwild.co.za Video ©Prince Harry Un vídeo publicado por Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) el
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