Now that South Africa has established its going to move hundreds of rhinos to new locations, logistically how will they do it?
Translocating one-ton animals is tricky. But the most dramatic, and arguably the safest method to date is by air.
Photographer Emma Gatland joined the team from Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife for a rhino capture and relocation project in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa.
"There aren't many people who get to witness a rhino lift," she says. "It's a new procedure, which is gentle on the rhino as it shortens the time the animal is kept drugged. The rhinos are airlifted using an old Vietnam Huey, which in itself is an adventure. They are lifted roughly 500 to 1000 meters into the air suspended by their ankles."