Two Zimbabwean game rangers who went missing last week after trying to arrest suspected Zambian fish poachers have been found dead. The two men were found floating in Lake Kariba and their bodies have now been brought to Harare.
The game rangers, who are yet to be named, have been hailed as conservation heroes. Zimparks spokesman Tinashe Farawo said their bodies were brought to Harare for a post-mortem.
Reports last week suggested the two men were overpowered by fish poachers who they had tried to arrest on the Zimbabwean side of Lake Kariba. The rangers’ boat was later found abandoned and stripped of its outboard engine on the Zambian side of the lake.
Lake Kariba’s fish stocks have been severely depleted in recent years by poachers using illegal twine nets, and Zimbabwean rangers and conservation groups are engaged in a constant battle to stop them.
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