Video: Wildlife workers fighting poaching in Zimbabwe

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The number of elephants and rhinos that are being killed for their tusks and horns is at an all-time high.

Some experts warn that we could see an end to some of the animals in a matter of years unless something is done about it.

Volunteers working for wildlife reserve in Africa say elephants and rhino are at risk of going extinct.

They says it's really important that poaching is stopped otherwise these animals could be wiped out forever.

Georgina and William have spent months working to help protect rhino and elephants from hunters who kill the animals for their horns and tusks.

Hear what they are doing to fight poaching.

Hear from wildlife volunteers working in Zimbabwe

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