Border Fence: Wildlife Reserve and Mambas Track

border fence: The women, some of whom are as young as 18, are there to protect the country's lions, pangolin, elephants and rhinos, whose horns are thought to have medicinal properties and can be sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars on the black market, according to The Independent. The Mambas track about 78 miles of the park's border for eight hours a day, looking for snares or traps, inspecting the border fence and searching cars for weapons or contraband. Established in 2013, the 36 women patrol the Balule Nature Reserve, a 100,000-acre private wildlife reserve in northern South Africa, on the western boundary of Kruger National Park. But while they may look like soldiers in their camouflage uniforms, the Mambas are unarmed. You can form your own view. ISOCountry Groups euro at be cy ee fi fr de gr ie it lv lt lu mc mt nl pt sk si sm es va uk gb us us variants 1 33.4, 2 33.3, 3 33.3 We'll tell you what's true. ( As reported in the news.

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