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Tree Poaching for Boat Building (6-Minute Video)

Tree Poaching for Boat Building (6-Minute Video)

The poaching of wildlife is not the only African conservation problem. Along the Zambezi River above Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, ancient trees are being cut down to make wooden boats known as mokoros. Poachers use these mokoros to navigate the river and undertake their poaching operations.

John Laing from Guides Against Poaching (GAP) explains this activity's process and consequences to his learner professional guides.