A keeper with the Waza National Park, in northern Cam eroon, was killed at the weekend by poachers, the public radio-television (CRTV) reported.
According to a CRTV local correspondent, the keeper was shot dead Saturday night in an ambush by poachers hunting 'protected' animal species.
The keeper was said have died while being taken to the hospital.
The killers left, at the crime scene, a suitcase which contained an animal shell and bike, with the registration number of a neighbouring country.
The Waza National Park, located some 2,000 kilometres away from Yaounde, the Cam eroonian capital, was created in 1968 and enlisted as a reserve of the biosphere in 1982.
In addition to the flora, Waza has an abundance of a diversified wildlife made u p of lions, giraffes, elephants, gazelles, warthogs and birds.