There is only one white giraffe left in the world at the moment and it has been GPS tagged to protect it.
Kenya is the only white giraffe in the world since its female and baby were killed in March this year. The GPS tag on its horn-like protrusion clarifies its position every hour, giving officers an idea of the location of its presence.
The giraffe is currently located in eastern Kenya, and its movements are being monitored. The name of the community living here is Isaac Bani who takes care of it. Ahmad Noor, a member of the community, said that this time the rains have increased the greenery, which will be enough for white and nerf. On the other hand, Anthony Vandera, an officer of Northern Range Land Trust, also thanked the community.