The Kenya Wildlife Service has discovered a rare white-giraffe in a privately owned reserve in Garissa County.
According to the agency, the upper white giraffe (unidentified gender) was encountered while looking for food as well as many other normal giraffes in Hirola Ishaqbini Reserve .
The Kenya Wildlife Service has discovered a rare white giraffe. (Photo: nytimes.com).
This is not the first time people have seen white fur giraffes in Kenya. Earlier, the African nation was noticed around the world when a white giraffe and its children were discovered in the reserve in Garissa County in 2017. However, 4 months ago it was reported. claim that these two giraffes were killed by poachers.
The Kenya Wildlife Service is investigating the deaths of two rare giraffes. In a statement in March, the agency's spokesman said: "Our staff have discovered at the scene the fragments of bones thought to be from two giraffes. Many of these were is estimated to be a 4 month old deer ".
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), white fur giraffes are in danger of extinction, so need special protection.