Black rhinos and white rhinos in Swaziland - Diceros bicornis & Ceratotherium simum
The Mkhaya Game Reserve is one of the few places in the world where you can see black and white rhinos living together. Mkhaya is dedicated to protecting rhinos as well as other endangered and common species living in the Game Reserve. Mkhaya plays an important role in southern African conservation efforts as the rangers have been involved in the re-introduction of locally extinct species. Due to the strong security of the Reserve, many wild animals have come to find it a safe place to be and to make a home.
Rhinocerotidea, Ceratotherium simum, Diceros bicornis, white rhinos, black rhinos, Swaziland, Mkhaya game reserve