Conservation Canines | AWF Yearbook

 African Wildlife Foundation’s canine detection units are making it harder for poachers to profit off elephants and rhinos. They are specially trained to  sniff out elephant ivory and rhino horn in Africa’s major airports and seaports. I like that it’s one area where dog’s hunting skills can be used to help wildlife and this kind of work is generally fun for them.

Click the link below to meet the first graduating class.

Source: Conservation Canines | AWF Yearbook

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