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LEWA DOWNS, KENYA - JUNE 07, 2005: Members of an anti-poaching unit patrol the wildlife park in Lewa Downs, Kenya. Based at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Northern Kenya, the privately funded anti-poaching unit has received permission from the Kenyan government to shoot to kill. Most of the members of the anti-poaching unit are from the famed Maasai warrior tribe and have received military training. The anti-poaching unit consists of three four man groups that patrol the park and it's surrounding areas in search of poachers and their traps. If they see a poacher carrying a weapon anywhere within the park or the vast areas surrounding the park they shoot to kill. Poaching has dropped significantly since they started their operations. Photo by Matt Moyer _______________________________________

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LEWA DOWNS, KENYA - JUNE 07, 2005: Members of an anti-poaching unit patrol the wildlife park in Lewa Downs, Kenya. Based at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Northern Kenya, the privately funded anti-poaching unit has received permission from the Kenyan government to shoot to kill. Most of the members of the anti-poaching unit are from the famed Maasai warrior tribe and have received military training. The anti-poaching unit consists of three four man groups that patrol the park and it's surrounding areas in search of poachers and their traps. If they see a poacher carrying a weapon anywhere within the park or the vast areas surrounding the park they shoot to kill. Poaching has dropped significantly since they started their operations. Photo by Matt Moyer _______________________________________<br />
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