Kenya Stands Up for Endangered Animals With THOUSANDS of Supporters At March

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While Israel saw 15000 animal lovers present at their protest for endangered animals this weekend, 3000 from Nairobi people came out to their city’s march for elephants and rhinos that took place this past weekend. A joint effort by a dozen organizations including universities, museums, non profits and grassroots groups of animal lovers, people came out to show their support for endangered animals waving their signs, banners and Tshrits.

Even rangers came out to show their support for this march telling stories of the challenging reality of protecting endangered animals against heavily armed poachers.

A list of organization and groups present:

| Save the Elephants | Stop Ivory | Born Free Foundation | WildlifeDirect | Hands Off Our Elephants | Kenya Wildlife Service | Stand Up Shout Out | #SEYA4 | Lewa | African Nazeren University | Walk With Rangers | Highlands | National Museum of Kenya | USAID | The Prepared Project |

It is important to continue standing up for the animals as we are their only voice.

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7 thoughts on “Kenya Stands Up for Endangered Animals With THOUSANDS of Supporters At March

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  2. Beautiful that Rangers were there too – it must be devastating for them, but the atmosphere and encouragement they must have received with the protest/march – incredible, I really hope it helped!

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