SPECIAL REPORT: Shocking details emerge as secret anti-poaching drive takes root
Monday March 30 2015
An abandoned rhino after its tusk was taken off in one of the reserves in Tanzania. A new drive dubbed: Spidernet which relies on intelligence, has made tremendous success in curbing poaching in Katavi.
The operation, aimed at halting large-scale poaching in Katavi through identifying, arresting and prosecuting as many of the syndicate members as possible and confiscating weapons, targeted 12 of 32 villages within the Katumba Refugee Camp.