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Prince William Supports Conservation of the Endangered Black Rhino

A Black Rhino
A Black Rhino at Namibia in Africa.
Photo by Frank Vassen.

In a rare interview to the BBC, Prince William has spoken out against Rhino poachers, describing people who kill rhinos for their horns as "ignorant, selfish and wrong". William said that he wanted to help the softly spoken world of conservation, a subject that he has always been interested in.

Prince William is the Royal Patron of Tusk Trusk, which was formed in 1990 with an aim of stopping the decline in Africa's wildlife and to help to combine the interests of the African people and their natural heritage.

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