This Man From Switzerland Quit His Job To Rescue Mutilated Animals In Africa

6Hakuna Mipaka

This is the name of the club Dean has set up in Africa. The property covers around 400 hectares in total and is divided into different parts. One of those parts is reserved for animals born in captivity while another is for the animals that have been rescued from partially disastrous conditions. Other animals including zebras, impalas, hyenas and baboons.

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7Why isn’t anyone else doing anything?

Lack of knowledge is the reason why other influential people or rich businessmen aren’t taking steps to protect the animals in the wild. There are many organizations that claim to protect the animals running on the plains of Africa but do allow poachers in for a high price. That along with the rich people hunting animals here for fun or sport is the reason why people like Dean have to step in.

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8Lack of education

There are many countries that have a widespread belief that parts of animals such as skin, fur, and claws can cure many ailments. This is all due to a lack of an education and a major reason why Dean and his team regularly visit schools in Africa to educate the children about wildlife and how they are in danger.

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9The help of social media

In today’s day and age, we can easily promote any social cause using social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and we will get a response. Dean has done the same, he has used his Instagram account to promote the work he and his team are doing as well as enlighten the world on why we need to protect the wildlife of Africa.

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10Followers always increase

It does take time gaining followers on social media but it is by far the fastest and easiest way to promote yourself and your cause as the number of followers you have will surely increase as word spreads. Currently, Dean has over 580,000 followers on his Instagram page and that number is growing with each passing week.

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