The Chinko nature reserve in the war-torn Central African Republic (CAR) is home to many species. That makes it a target for poachers. The poachers are after meat, ivory, animal skins, and ingredients used in traditional medicines. Dedicated park rangers are the only security force. Wearing camo and body armor in the baking heat, they patrol a mix of savanna and rainforest that is almost twice the size of Yellowstone National Park in the United States. Elephants, leopards, and lions are a few of the animals the rangers protect.