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The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, will visit Namibia, Tanzania, and Kenya from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th September.
The main reason for the visits is connected with Prince William’s work as President of the umbrella organization United for Wildlife and the Tusk Trust.
According to a report, Prince William’s Africa trip to focus on poaching fight. Britain’s Prince William will fight the scourge of poaching on his trip to Africa later this month as he is “deeply saddened” by the elephant, rhino and pangolin who have been illegally slaughtered for their tusks.
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, has long had a soft spot for the African continent and plans to return for a tour of Kenya, Namibia, and Tanzania.
The Inquisitr reports that During that tour, the Duke will address major issues that face the continent, most importantly, the horrific poaching of rhinos, elephants, and pangolins.
The Inquisitr reveals the main purpose of the duke’s visit: It will concern the fight against illegal wildlife trade.
In Tanzania, Prince Williams, will visit the port of Dar es Salaam to see the work being done on the ground on stopping the combat the illegal wildlife trade which is depleting animal numbers in the wild to levels where in some cases the fluffy toys he may well be given for his children will just be memories of animals extinct in the wild when they are his age.