We are only a few hours to the historic Ivory and Rhino Horn Burn this weekend. The burning of 105 tonnes of elephant tusks and 1.3 tonnes of rhino horns on April 30 at the Nairobi National Park will reaffirm Kenya’s commitment to protect its iconic wildlife species, as being reported in different media outlets. The stockpile to be destroyed is worth an estimated 30 million US dollars on the black market.
I will not be one to say this is bad, or we should have done that because it is trully a great part of history. That I will probably after all this excitement has cooled down(keep your stones safely guys!).