1. FNB - A Rhino Orphanage can help_

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    from Travis Cleevely / Added

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    As part First National Bank’s social responsibility projects, this prominent financial institution shows their support for a revolutionary initiative to conserve the rhino species. With this incredible animal facing the bring of extinction, a rhino orphanage truly can help. Credit: Editor - Travis Cleevely

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    • Zulu Wilderness: Shadow and Soul

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      This video was created for an event organised by Tusk, Investec Bank and the Mantis Collection at the Royal Geographical Society in London, to raise awareness to the escalating rhino poaching situation in South Africa.

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      • Nepal deploys drones to fight rhino poachers

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        October 2012 Rhino poaching is big business in Nepal, with hundreds killed every year for their valuable horns. The international demand for these animals is what is keeping the trade and the poachers going. To fight the problem, the country's national parks have started using drone technology to stop the illegal trade. Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha reports from Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal.

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        • Trophy Games Film - Thank you Supporters!

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          a small thank you from us for a huge swell of support from you. visit: www.trophygamesfilm.com to follow our film from Day 1 of filming - to it's final cut - and even into the festival circuits!

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          • Carla Geyser - One in a Million Project Leader

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            I started the Blue Sky society trust in 2012 and one of my major projects for 2014/2015 is my 'One in a Million' campaign- whereby my goal is to get one million people around the world to show they care about our wildlife by donating money. This amount can be as LITTLE as R10 or $1. I have always had a passion for helping and that is why I am currently running this Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign raising money under the 'One in a Million' project for the 'Fundimvelo Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage'. I am very privileged to work with a group of extremely dedicated people who are making a difference in the lives of these little angels. Please donate and then share this project with your friends. Thank you for caring! Regards Carla Geyser

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            • Fundimvelo Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage Kingsley Holgate

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              Kingsley Holgate is considered one of Africa’s most colourful modern day explorers. A humanitarian adventurer, author, TV Personality and fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. He has travelled with his family to every country in Africa and her sister states, he has circumnavigated Africa and the Tropic of Capricorn amongst MANY other adventures. Kingsley was a great friend of the late Lawrence Anthony (Elephant Whisperer) and now supports the Rhino Orphanage that we have built at Thula Thula. The 'Fundimvelo Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage' is a world-class care facility constructed to give these magnificent animals the fighting chance at survival. Not only do they ad­dress the physical needs of the young rhino’s but they nurture them mentally and emotionally to ensure that they are fully rehabilitated back into the wild.

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              • SanWild; a sanctuary for wildlife

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                from Louise Joubert / Added

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                For the past fourteen years the SanWild Wildlife Trust and its handful of donors and supporters have poured their hearts and souls into establishing a protected refuge for injured, orphaned and traumatized wild animals where they can live free and raise their young in South Africa's Limpopo Province. The SanWild Wildlife Trust, a registered non-profit animal welfare organization was formed and registered in 2000 and has accumulated over 15 000 acres of Bushveldt with diverse habitat for the benefit or rescued wild animals. The trust provides protection for both the animals and the land and the only beneficiaries of the land are the animals themselves. SanWild is actively involved in rescue operations both locally and abroad. They are also one of the few organizations that set up sting operations to catch illegal wildlife traders and save highly endangered species such as pangolins, leopards, cheetah, African wild dogs and rhinos. Today, a large number of endangered species depend on the SanWild Wildlife Sanctuary for their survival. Many of these animals face a serious threat from poaching, but the dedication at SanWild has seen these animals flourish under the trust's protection. With the exponential growth of illegal rhino poaching SanWild had to redirect a lot of their funding into a specialized counter poaching and K-9 units to protect rhinos and elephants at the sanctuary. While they had initially believed that they had secured sufficient funding for the increased costs of their operations through a new benefactor, he has defaulted leaving the small charity out of pocket and with huge financial debts. The financial blow to the SanWild Wildlife Trust has been enormous and now has them backed up against a wall fighting for the survival. Unless a new benefactor or sufficient donations are secured in the next couple of weeks SanWild's animals risk losing the only safe home they have. Please donate or join up! #SaveSanWild https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/wildlife-under-siege/x/879653 https://www.justgiving.com/Louise-Joubert2 http://www.sanwild.org/page11.html http://www.swrhinosanctuary.org/join.html On a global scale the impact of poaching on various species has become one of the most contentious issues of the day. The mass slaughter of elephant in Africa have reached epidemic proportions and on the southern tip of Africa rhinos could be facing imminent extinction as the rhino poaching crisis deepens. With more than 1000 rhinos already butchered since 1 January 2014 South Africa faces an enormous challenge with its war against rhino poaching. The mass slaughter of elephants have reached epidemic proportions, but it is just not rhinos and elephants that face a bleak future. The poaching of most wildlife species is spreading across the African continent like a wildfire and wild animals are facing a total onslaught that could see many driven to the brink of extinction. Protected natural habitat sanctuaries and private reserves will ultimately be the only way to secure sufficient genetic material to restock conservation areas with wild animal species that face a very real threat of extinction should the poaching crisis goes unchallenged. END Contact details: Louise Joubert, SanWild Wildlife Trust +27 (0) 15-3839959 or +27 (0) 83 310 3882, email louise@sanwild.org Website: www.sanwild.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/SanWild-Wildlife-Sanctuary/163363760361196?ref=hl

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                • Horn VOD

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                  Horn: Meet the Militia hired to protect the worlds most endangered species Subscribe to journeyman for more: http://www.youtube.com/journeymanpictures The Congolese National Park at War with Rwandan Rebels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcQ_f0HykaY Watch trhe full film on jman: https://jman.tv/film/5278/Horn For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=67706 With their horns worth more than gold on the black market, rhino poaching has become the world’s third most lucrative crime after drug trading and human trafficking. Unless the practice is curbed, South Africa’s entire wild population will be extinct within 10 years. This ‘lived’ documentary meets a group of trainee rhino monitors, as it explores the social dimension of the crisis that links the fate of these persecuted beasts to that of the South African people. Cinema Humain - Ref. 6230 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They're award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they're fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.TV

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                  • Horn - Trailer VOD

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                    Horn: Meet the Militia hired to protect the worlds most endangered species Subscribe to journeyman for more: http://www.youtube.com/journeymanpictures The Congolese National Park at War with Rwandan Rebels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcQ_f0HykaY Watch trhe full film on jman: https://jman.tv/film/5278/Horn For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=67706 With their horns worth more than gold on the black market, rhino poaching has become the world’s third most lucrative crime after drug trading and human trafficking. Unless the practice is curbed, South Africa’s entire wild population will be extinct within 10 years. This ‘lived’ documentary meets a group of trainee rhino monitors, as it explores the social dimension of the crisis that links the fate of these persecuted beasts to that of the South African people. Cinema Humain - Ref. 6230 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They're award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they're fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.TV

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                    • FNB - A Rhino Orphanage can help

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                      from Travis Cleevely / Added

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                      As part First National Bank’s social responsibility projects, this prominent financial institution shows their support for a revolutionary initiative to conserve the rhino species. With this incredible animal facing the bring of extinction, a rhino orphanage truly can help. Credit: Editor - Travis Cleevely

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