As a child growing up, did you ever have a fascination with animals and wonder why we couldn’t just protect them, it’s easy right? Maybe you made a poster for class about how the rainforest in the Amazon are being cut down or about poaching in Africa. You were actually concerned, but then you grew up.
The women of the Black Mambas are clearly different, perhaps they never grew up. This all female anti-poaching unit is the first of it’s kind. Based in the Balule Nature Reserve, South Africa they believe poaching is not a war of guns, but of education. And as they say, the proof is in the pudding.