CNN: How do you protect some of the world’s rarest large mammals from rampant poaching in an area about six times the size of Manhattan? Conservationists in Kenya believe the answer could come from the skies.
[Now] bosses at Ol Pejeta are planning to test an innovative solution to supplement their security efforts for the protection of the endangered animals: unmanned aerial drones that will help monitor and track wildlife across the reserve night and day, as well as providing immediate notifications over the presence of poachers.
“ObamaDrone! Everybody in Kenya vote minority got ObamaDrone! You know! He gave us a drone!” YEAH YEAH YEAH ObamaDrone (YEAH). ObamaDrone (YEAHYEAHYEAH).
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the the Kenyans are using drones to kill rhino poachers seeing that our president was in fact born in Kenya. It’s called a new program called ObamaDrone. If you’re poor and you can’t afford to pay for your own drone, the government will give you one for free!