Black Mambas – All-Women Team Hunts Poachers In South Africa

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The Black Mambas is an all-women team that went to South Africa to hunt poachers. They walk over 20 miles (32 km) during daytime and they drive all night long in pursue of poachers that are trying to kill the African wildlife.

Their name comes from the most feared snake in Africa, the Black Mambas, and they are specially trained to fight poachers, being the first anti-poaching African women team ever!

Looking for signs of poachers trough wild national parks the size of New Jersey, they instantly alert park rangers as soon as they notice any suspicious activities that could harm rhinos and other endangered wildlife.

We’ve seen one really hot amazon fighting poachers in Africa, and we’ve seen a lot of efficient anti-hunting campaigns, but the Black Mambas are the first of their kind and they’re doing an extremely amazing job in protecting animals.

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Collette Ngobeni prefers doing fence patrols, she says, "if I do the fence patrol I know everything about what is happening inside our park". The ladies of the first all female Anti-Poaching Unit in Africa, on patrol, making roadblocks and sitting in listening posts at night in Balule Private Nature Reserve.
Collette Ngobeni prefers doing fence patrols, she says, “if I do the fence patrol I know everything about what is happening inside our park”. The ladies of the first all female Anti-Poaching Unit in Africa, on patrol, making roadblocks and sitting in listening posts at night in Balule Private Nature Reserve.

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