More than 40 years of extinction in the area, rhinos have once again roamed the forests of Mozambique, bringing endangered species to South Africa to breathe new life into game reserves and promote local tourism.

A group of guards abducted, silenced, and transported black and white rhinos over 1,610 miles to Mozambique’s Zinave National Park, which has more than 400,000 acres and more than 2,300 rehabilitated animals.

“Rhinos are important to the ecosystem, which is one of the reasons why we have removed this whole range and made every effort to get them there,” Kester Vickery, a rhinoceros conservationist, told Reuters.

The Peace Parks Foundation (PPF), which runs the campaign, aims to relocate more than 40 rhinos to Mozambique in the next two years.

The project manager, Anthony Alexander, said the team had already brought predators and many elephants to the park, and now it was time for the rhino.

“It is very exciting now to complete the park’s wildlife habitat,” says Alexander.

The program is part of a campaign to save endangered species by moving them to safer areas where they have the opportunity to increase their numbers.

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