South Africa: electric shock kills Rhino, lion, Giraffe and hyenas


    In South Africa’s Kruger national Park killed a Rhino, a lion, a Giraffe and two hyenas of a torn down power lines. The dead animals were found on the weekend of the electricians that looked at the reason for a power outage, a spokesman for the national wild Park authority said on Tuesday.

    Likely heavy rain and Wind have turned over the masts of electricity, said the spokesman Ike Phaahla. It is thought, therefore, that the Giraffe or the white rhinoceros were killed first and the other animals wanted to eat the carcass. Maybe “came to the lions because of the free meal, but the wire was still in power, and then came the hyenas and it took a life”.