Why? It’s a question I ask myself every day.

Why is this happening? Why are humans so selfish and so cruel? Most of all you ask yourself, Why should I support ICWCA? The answer is in the pictures below. Each image depicts a desperate situation and some of the wildlife heroes that are working tirelessly to make a difference. Look closely at these images and they will tell you why we need to support them.

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The needless slaughter of a young rhino for it's small scrap of horn.

Hippos indeed cause some deaths in Africa, but not what the numbers show. They are decimated for meat all over the continent.

Rhinos lifeless stare into a sky full of vultures.

Yes, crocodiles eat people. Yes, they are under great pressure from human populations and over-fishing.

These lionesses are about to wake up as vet, Dr. Mike Toft and I look on. They will be the first lions in 120 years to leave tracks on this property.

Black Rhino calves rescued from next to their dead mothers. Their last feed before getting returned to the wild.

Collaring giraffe with Julian Fennesy. Actually, the first giraffe ever collared in Zimbabwe.

Lwiro Chimpanzee Sanctuary. This little guy confiscated as he was en route to an eastern country as part of the illegal live animal trade.

Too intelligent to be cages. Chimps whose capture as babies usually means the massacre of all or most of their troop are often destined to a life of misery behind bars.

Heroes on the front line. A gorilla orphan and flight staff on it's way to a rehabilitation centre.

Crates for transport are seldom adequate. We need to stop this and together, we can.

The heavy use of large spotted cats in tribal ceremonies is putting a great pressure on wild populations of these animals.