West African giraffes in are close to extinction. But their numbers are recovering at Niger’s Kouré Reserve, where fewer giraffes are shot by poachers or farmers.
It might sound like a tall tale, but giraffes are in danger. Their numbers are falling in West Africa. But there's hope. Conservation groups hope a protected area in Niger could help.
West African giraffes are close to extinction. But their numbers are recovering at Niger’s Kouré Reserve, where fewer giraffes are shot by poachers or farmers.
After decades of falling populations due to poaching and loss of habitat, giraffes are experiencing a comeback in Niger. Conservationists hope that other countries can learn from their success.
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