Shadu Hlangwana, Felicia Mogahan and Carol Khosa , three women in their twenties, are the world’s first all female anti-poaching unit, ‘the Black Mambas’ working in the world famous Kruger National Park. There are total of 30 women in this unit, who are saving endangered rhinos and elephants. The Mamba’s do not use any weapons – instead, every trainee undergoes at least four years of trainings to sharpens their skills and teamwork. Photo Credit: Mujahid Safodien, AFP/Getty Images