Not many people will leave a good paying job and go to the wild to care for animals but Dean did that, he followed his passion instead of money.
Dean Schneider is a 28 years old man who gained lots of Social media attentions after he left his banking job in Switzerland and moved to South Africa in 2017 to establish a wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation center named, Hakuna Mipaka meaning (Swahili for "no limits").
Before movie to South Africa, Dean was a regular visitor there, he constantly visited to see the amazing tourist attractions of the country including their exotic animals, he was saddened by the way poachers killed some of the animals and this motivated him to move in after seeking for sponsors, he developed management plans, hired a personal assistant and a content manager.
In 2017, he developed the wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation center, it is a 4 squared kilometer sanctuary and house many species of animals, from snakes,lions,tigers,zebras, impalas, kudu, hyenas, baboons etc
He regularly shares photos and videos of himself interacting with the wild animals to his 9 million Instagram followers.
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