Kenya’s community conservancy celebrate black rhino birth

There’s been some much-needed good news in the struggle to save one of Africa’s most-endangered animals.

A community in northern Kenya is celebrating the birth of a black rhino – the first born on a conservancy in the region for 25 years.

The rhino population in Samburu was wiped out not so long ago. And locals are working together to revive their numbers. So, there are big hopes for this little rhino. But actually tracking the tot can be a huge challenge.