Nowadays, people are interested mostly in money, in buying precious things, wearing brand-new clothes.
They forget and don’t care about the nature properly and soon our home, the place we live, can be destroyed because of the greed and indifference of humanity.
Every day we hear from mass media about the effects of climate’s changes, about the extinction of wildlife, about the pollution of water, but what do we do to prevent the destruction of our planet Earth.
Luckily, there is still a ray of hope, as there are still kind people who love wildlife so much, that they are ready to do everything to protect our mother Earth.
One of those nature lovers is Dean Schneider, a young man from Switzerland. He was born in Zurich, studied finance.
Before 2017, he was a banker, very successful young man, who loved and respected wild nature so much, so that he gave up his prestigious, good job to move to South Africa to protect wild animals.
For the seek of nature, he sold what he had, and without hesitation moved to South Africa. Before making this respectful decision he flew several times to Africa to visit land, make contacts, look for sponsors.
Soon Dean established a rehabilitation center, which was his dream project called Hakuna Mipaka ( Swahili for “no limits”). It was a 400ha place where rescued and sick wild animals received help and care.
That was a paradise for lions, hyenas, impalas, zebras, baboons and cheetahs who had to live in miserable, bad conditions.
Dean is very active in social pages like Instagram, he has more than 9,4 million followers. His mission is to educate people about the wild nature and the beauty and importance of wild animals.
Dean teaches us to protect what we have and what we love.