Burigi-Chato National Park may soon become the home of the ‘Big Five’ if the proposed plan of introducing species of white rhino from South Africa is anything to go by.

Authorities are mulling over plans of introducing not less that 20 rhinos, a move bent on spurring tourism activities in the protected area that was established in 2019.

Already, large groups of Lions, Leopards, Buffaloes and Elephants continue to roam the 4,707 square-kilometer national park.

According to the Park’s Senior Conservation Officer Gregory Ntibani, plans were well underway to introduce white rhinos in the area, having been last spotted in the 90s.
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