Three captive born black rhinos have been translocated to Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania, where orphaned elephants and rhinos are cared for, keeping them safe from poachers. The introduction of the three black rhinos will rejuvenate numbers of this endangered species in the area. The rhinos, named Grumeti, Monduli and Zawadi, were airlifted in customized crates via DHL Boeing 757 from their wild animal park home in Kent. Prince William, a dedicated campaigner against poaching, visited the rhinos just before their flight. (Photos courtesy of Getty Images)

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