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Tony Fitzjohn Death – Wildlife Conservationist Has Passed Away



The natural world is mourning the death of a well-known wildlife conservationist, Tony Tony Fitzjohn. Tony Fitzjohn who worked with George Adamson at Kora in Africa was reported to have died today May 24, 2022, at the age of 76.

Circumstances surrounding his sad demise were not disclosed to the public at the time of filing this report but sources said he passed away today after battling with illness.

He was most notable for his work with lions alongside George Adamson.

Tony also established Tanzania’s Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary, which was instrumental in the growth of the country’s black rhino population.

His fans all over the world have stormed the social media to pen down their heartfelt tribute to the renowned Conservationist.

Who Was Tony Fitzjohn? Few Things To Know About Him!

Anthony Raymond Fitzjohn is a well-known wildlife conversationist who was notably known for his work with lions alongside George Adamson.

Tony Fitzjohn of Kora and Mkomazi fame in 2018 had created an empire of Rhino management with a hi-tech kit, automated electric fencing, and coordinated patrols using internet-of-things gadgets.

His life story, brilliantly narrated in his autobiography “Born Wild,” is an epic, and the world has lost a great champion for conservation.

In 2006, he was honored with the OBE award and was well-appointed as an officer of the Order of the British Empire for his notable works in his scientific career.


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