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SAVING THE SURVIVORS WAS FOUNDED IN 2012 BY DR JOHAN MARAIS TO ATTEND TO INJURED ENDANGERED WILDLIFE THAT HAVE FALLEN VICTIM TO POACHING OR TRAUMATIC INCIDENTS.

SOME OF OUR SURVIVORS

Seha

Saving The Survivors treated this severely injured twelve year old White Rhino bull in the North West province after a vicious attack by poachers. 

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Hope

There will always be Hope, for this iconic Rhino will live on in everyone’s hearts and in Saving The Survivors mission of Creating Hope from Hurt.

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Thandi

Thandi became the first ever Rhino to survive a poaching attack. Over the course of several months Saving The Survivors were involved in her treatment and she made a remarkable recovery.

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Samson

A 40-year-old Southern White Rhino who lives on a private reserve in South Africa was first shot by poachers in 2014 through the back of his neck.

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Mr F

Saving The Survivors veterinary team attended to Mr F, the adult Elephant bull who is suffering from a long bone fracture in his forearm.

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Vrystaat

Vrystaat and Impi, both 2-year-old orphan male rhinos, lived on a privately owned South African farm, with anti-poaching security close to the Botswana border.

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Bula

Bula was rescued when his mother sadly passed away.

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Impi

Impi, a 6-month-old Southern White Rhino heifer who now lives at The Rhino Orphanage, was attacked by Lions in January 2022.

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Kwayera

Kwayera was just 4 weeks old when he was found alone in the bush by Rangers after his mother was killed by poachers.

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BUSH JOURNALS

12 years with Thandi
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12 years with Thandi

A Journey from Tragedy to Triumph The Tale of Thandi: A Symbol of Survival and Hope Twelve years ago, the serene landscapes of the Kariega Game Reserve were shattered by a devastating poaching incident, a stark reminder of the threats facing endangered African wildlife. Amidst this tragedy, where two precious Rhinos fell victim, a glimmer … Continued

World Wildlife Day 2024
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World Wildlife Day 2024

Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation Embracing Digital Frontiers in African Wildlife Conservation As we celebrate World Wildlife Day 3rd March 2024, this year’s focus is – “Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation.” At STS, we spotlight the transformative role of digital technology in safeguarding the rich … Continued

Another 499 Rhinos lost to poachers in 2023
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Another 499 Rhinos lost to poachers in 2023

The Urgent Cry of the Wild: Battling for the Survival of Endangered African Wildlife In the heart of Africa, a silent war rages on — a war against time, greed, and ignorance, as some of the planet’s most iconic creatures face the imminent threat of extinction. The recent release by The South African Department of … Continued

Sony World Photography Awards 2024 Finalists Announced.
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Sony World Photography Awards 2024 Finalists Announced.

Protecting the Precious: A Deep Dive into Endangered African Wildlife Conservation Unveiling the Urgent Call of the Wild The Sony World Photography Awards 2024 recently announced its finalists in the Wildlife and Nature category, casting a global spotlight on the urgent conservation issues threatening our planet’s magnificent creatures. Among the array of stunning visuals, two … Continued

Protecting Endangered African Wildlife: More AI Collars Deployed
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Protecting Endangered African Wildlife: More AI Collars Deployed

In the heart of Africa, where the wild heart of nature beats the strongest, a groundbreaking initiative is taking root, aiming to rewrite the future for some of the continent’s most vulnerable inhabitants. The Insimbi Reserve, with the invaluable support of our conservation partner Wild at Life, is pioneering a series of innovative conservation strategies … Continued

The Heartbeat of the Wild
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The Heartbeat of the Wild

Celebrating Rhino Calves in Africa’s Vast Wilderness In the grand tapestry of conserving Africa’s endangered wildlife, the birth of each Rhino calf is a poignant echo of hope across the savannahs. While zoos across the globe beam with pride at the arrival of these magnificent creatures, igniting public enthusiasm and media buzz, it’s the births … Continued

Welcome Baby Rhino!
Southern White Rhino

Welcome Baby Rhino!

A New Dawn for Endangered African Wildlife: The Birth of a Southern White Rhino Celebrating a Milestone in African Wildlife Conservation In the serene expanses of the Insimbi Reserve, a monumental event has recently occurred – the birth of a Southern White Rhino calf. This significant event is not just a cause for celebration but … Continued

The Heart Within
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The Heart Within

A Valentine’s Day Ode to Endangered African Wildlife Introduction to African Wildlife Conservation Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love in all its forms, extending our affection beyond human connections to embrace the natural world around us. Among the vast landscapes of Africa, home to some of the planet’s most majestic creatures, there lies … Continued

Championing Biodiversity
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Championing Biodiversity

The Critical Role of Wildlife Veterinarians in Conservation Efforts In the dynamic landscape of South African biodiversity conservation, there emerges a narrative of resilience, innovation, and hope. Central to this narrative is Dr. Johan Marais and his nonprofit organisation, Saving the Survivors, which epitomises the crucial role of wildlife veterinarians in safeguarding the future of … Continued

Hope’s Resilience Chronicles
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Hope’s Resilience Chronicles

🌟🚀 A Remarkable Recovery Tale! 🐾🎉 In the heart of the Insimbi reserve, amidst the vast South African wilderness, unfolds a tale of triumph, resilience, and the indomitable spirit of our beloved anti-poaching dog, Hope. A Testament to Hope’s Strength: Witness the astonishing journey of Hope’s rapid recovery, captured in these heartwarming pictures. Struck three … Continued

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