Kenya’s Rhinos Get Anti-Poaching Microchips

Kenyan wildlife officials have begun inserting microchips into rhinos in a bid to combat poachers, who kill the animals for their horns.
Officials say the chips and accompanying scanners will allow them to track the animals and help authorities link recovered or confiscated horns to poaching cases.
The Kenyan Wildlife Service received the equipment from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), whose Kenya spokesman Robert Magori says each rhino will have one chip implanted in its body and …