He’s been involved with wildlife conservation charities for years, but this week, Harry is definitely a Prince on a mission.
Harry is currently in South Africa at the Kruger National Park where he is getting involved in rhino and elephant protection with Save the Rhino.
During his stay, the royal has taken some stunning shots of both the wildlife and the landscape through his own lens, which he has shared on the official Instagram of the palace, @kensingtonroyal.
The shots show Harry getting down and dirty to help the local rangers and vets in their work to rescue, heal and reintroduce wild African animals.
Whilst in South Africa, Harry also gave a speech at the South African Wildlife College, where he opened up about his love of Africa and its animals.
“My love of Africa has never been any secret – it’s just been a huge part of my private life. I’ve always wanted to keep it like that until I had the experience of age to give something back to a place that has given me and so many others the freedom and space we all crave,” said Harry in his speech.
“After a summer working alongside rangers, I now fully understand the skill you bring to your work, the sacrifices you and your families make for you to do it, and the perseverance you demonstrate every day in the face of huge challenge,” said Harry.
“To those of you graduating today can I say congratulations – you are part of a profession that cannot be appreciated enough and that is dealing with very difficult circumstances. In my view: rangers are heroes.”
“There is no pretending that any of this will be easy. It won't be. But when we win this battle and reverse the rise in poaching, the victory will belong first and foremost to those of you here on the frontlines. So let me thank you for all you have done and all you will do,” he finished.
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