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Britain’s Prince Harry left the Army and is going after poachers threatening rhinos and elephants in southern Africa.

Just a few weeks out of the Army, Prince Harry (wearing his cap above) visited Khulula Care for Wild in South Africa where he got to spend time with three adolescent rhinos, Mia, Manje, and Venus, before helping with mud baths for two of the center’s largest rhinos.

The royal is sporting a new look, a beard — the first he’s grown since he joined a wounded warrior expedition to the South Pole two years ago.Prince William air pilot -CTV vid

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“He is working actively with the anti-poaching units inside the Park,” Martin Bornman of Care for Wild Africa told People. “That is why he has got the beard and everything. He had literally just come out of the bush.”

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His work is part of a three-month conservation project aimed at protecting black rhinos and desert elephants in Africa from poachers. He’s shadowing conservationists in Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania and Botswana.

(READ more at People) — Photos: Charmain Swarts/Khulula Care for Wild/African Conservation Experience, FB

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