Oddly Enough Endangered rhinos airlifted from poaching-zone
Nov. 18 - A group of 19 endangered black rhinos are getting used to their new surroundings after a spectacular airlift by helicopter to move them out of the range of poachers. The operation relocated the animals from a poaching-prone area of South Africa by suspending them from a helicopter. Stuart McDill reports.
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