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Imire Rhino & Wildlife conservation

Yesterday we went to Imire Rhino & Wildlife Conservation. It was AMAZING. The entire place is beautiful.

We got to see many animals up close, feed an elephant, watch a lion devour Impala, and eat an amazing meal overlooking the reservation.

The Rhinos and Elephants have anti poachers that follow them around to make sure they are always safe. They have had poachers sneak into the reserve and kill in the past. I also learned that they are unable to treat the animals for tics so they have lots of cows that are treated to manage the tic issue.

These pictures are in a crazy random order. Will try to update at a better time, I am posting on my phone and it's not the easiest thing to do!

In Zimbabwe the government controls the electricity. It is only on certain times of the day. Thankfully my family has solar panels and generators to make up for it however not everything works during these times.

Today we are leaving on a plane for Victoria Falls, Zambia and Botswana. Will update later!

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Posted by TraughFamily 19:33 Archived in Zimbabwe

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