Friday, 18 October 2013

Kenya wildlife agency goes high-tech in bid to protect rhinos

With poachers obtaining a lot of refined in their approach, perissodactyl conservation has gone advanced and can currently use specialised perissodactyl horn pursuit systems combined with rhetorical desoxyribonucleic acid technology to strengthen perissodactyl observation. this may defend the animals on website and conjointly support anti-trafficking mechanisms across the country and regionally.

With the support from the WWF Kenya, the Kenya life Service says that with the employment of microchips and scanners, there'll be a hundred per cent traceability of each perissodactyl horn and live animal among Kenya.

KWS Director William Kiprono says that with the technology, each perissodactyl horn are tracked  globally and matched to the perissodactyl from that it had been taken. during this manner, investigators are ready to link any boiled case to a recovered or condemned horn.

These technologies area unit currently being employed internationally in support of criminal justice responses to life crime furthermore as strengthening inter-agency collaborations (between customs, police, justice, life agencies and defense).

This new technology can make sure that each marked perissodactyl within the country is traceable.


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