Meet the world's first ever female anti-poaching unit on the frontline against wildlife illegal hunters

Started as an experiment in 2013, the Black Mambas have grown into a team of 26 unarmed women rangers patrolling 400 square kilometers in South Africa's iconic Kruger National Park, where they provide a much-needed lifeline for critically endangered animals.

In a country that lost almost 1,200 rhinos to international poaching syndicates last year, Black Mambas have...
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