Updated 1637 GMT (0037 HKT) September 15, 2021
(CNN) Kenya’s wide-open, postcard-perfect savannah is dotted with acacia trees in every direction as the early morning fog still clouds the air. Donart Mwakio is doing his rounds in a white pickup truck when it suddenly screeches to a halt. The ranger at Kenya’s Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary hops out of the back and stands over an unusual-looking carcass.
‘People are desperate’
No more tourists
Poverty, the rule, not the exception
Forced into poaching
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