Brent Stirton / Wildlife Photographer of the Year


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Brent Stirton / Wildlife Photographer of the Year

http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/wpy/gallery/2017/index.html 
Taken as part of an undercover investigation into the illegal trade in rhino horn, Brent’s winning image tells the evocative story of one of the trade’s latest victims – a black rhino bull from South Africa’s Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park. The poachers responsible are thought to have come from a local community, working to order. After entering the reserve illegally, they ambushed the rhino at a waterhole, shooting it dead before fleeing from its mutilated body.



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