Washington DC (USA): Prince William is all set for another tour to Africa to help save endangered wildlife species.
The Duke of Cambridge will be visiting Namibia, Tanzania, and Kenya later this month. On September 12, at a reception in London for the Royal African Society, discussing the tour, William spoke about his passion for the continent and its wildlife, People reported.
William said that he fell in love with Africa when he spent time in Kenya, Botswana, and Tanzania as a teenager and that was the reason why he said "yes" when he was asked to become the patron of the Royal African Society last year.
Talking about the issue of illegal slaughter of animals in the continent, William said, he is deeply saddened to learn the numbers of elephant, rhino, and pangolin who have been illegally slaughtered for their tusks, horns, and scales.