In one of the largest national parks in South Africa, Kruger has a high density of wild animals.
Because of poaching, animals became victims to those hunters. It’s sad but the reality is that the organizations that fight against poachers are not doing their job properly.
Poaching is a condemnable crime. Those who are engaged in this crime kill animals or leave them in critical conditions.
A family traveled to the Kruger National Park when they suddenly encountered an elephant.
The tiny creature has three legs and the fourth is a stump. The poor thing limps behind his herd.
It’s possible that the calf was caught in a flare trap, losing one part from its leg.
Now when the family spotted the animal, he seemed to be healthy and the wound on its right leg was almost healed.
However, this case makes us doubt that poaching is still a threat to animals.
The healed wound showed that the incident happened a couple of months earlier and the park employees didn’t notice the injured elephant.
It’s not a secret that poachers are actively harming the park and its inhabitants. Lately, a new crime reaction unit was formed that acts more effectively.
Let’s believe that soon there will be timely prevention against the poachers.