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these critically endangered rhinos are about to embark on a new life in the wild they traveled over three thousand seven hundred miles from a check safari park to Rwanda's camera national park the five eastern black rhinos two males and three females were relocated to the new homes and aid conservation efforts marking the largest ever transportation of the animals from Europe to Africa , the service to believe I want to be when you look after her the rhinos were killed in Rwanda in two thousand and seven a new group of rhinos was imported from South Africa in twenty seventeen this group was founded by only for animals which means that the genetic variety is limited and everyone wants to have a new good and sustainable generation of rhinos it is good for their animals to breed with others that's why the five animals all coming from Europe , although they have large for miserable appearances black rhinos and nervous by nature so conservationist all to preparing for that trip months ago keeping them in that transport crates like this one to get them used to being in confined spaces the runners will start off and I could Garris pressed a wooden enclosures cool bone mass to help them adapt to then you home before being moved gradually to larger and larger spaces and finally allowed to roam free in the northern section of the park , within a thousand Easton black rhinos remain in Africa and those that do you face the constant threat of poachers