The world is getting more and more dangerous for people in and around the city of Boston.
In the wake of a deadly incident, the city has introduced a $50 million plan to help prevent other incidents in the future.
The plan is designed to help people protect themselves and their families and get the skills they need to survive and survive a rhino attack.
A $50 Million Plan to Protect Yourself Against a Rhino In an effort to help protect itself, the Boston Red Sox will be offering a $500,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the attack on a city bus last month.
The reward was offered in partnership with the Greater Boston Police Department and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, along with a $1 million bounty for information on the killer who attacked the bus and the culprits responsible.
It also includes a $5 million reward for the arrest of the person or persons responsible.
The Boston Red Wings and Boston Bruins will also offer a $10,000 cash reward for any information leading toward the capture and conviction.
Boston Red Sox owner Ted Leonsis and Boston Red Stars owner David Beckham also offered a $2 million reward to anyone who can identify a person or individuals involved in the attack that injured a 19-year-old cyclist, the team announced.
Boston Police Commissioner Timothy Longo announced in a statement that a reward of $2,000 would be offered for information about the suspect or the person who attacked a bicycle and killed cyclist Andrew Goss, the 19- year-old who was riding home with his family from the Roxbury neighborhood.
Longo also said that a $100,000 bounty would be given for information related to the attack and the person responsible.
Boston has seen an uptick in attacks on bikes, especially during the spring and summer.
Boston has seen a jump in attacks in recent years, with more than 50 attacks reported in the last six months alone.
The city has also seen an increase in the number of reports of suspected stolen bikes, as well as the number that are stolen.
Last month, a man was arrested after he allegedly stole a bicycle belonging to a bicyclist and hit another man with it on Route 1.
Boston is also home to the most rhino populations in the United States, according to the Boston Zoo.
More than 4,500 rhinos roam in Boston and more than 1,000 live in the city.
While there have been few rhinos to attack humans, it’s been known to kill humans and other animals.
In 2014, a rhinoceros named “Big Boi” was shot and killed by a man after the man and his girlfriend were attacked by the animal.
In November, an 18-year old girl and a 16-year boy were killed in an attack by the rhino, the same species that attacked the toddler and his brother.
It was later determined that the rhinos were both poisoned by a drug laced with cyanide.
The Boston Red Bulls will be hosting a $4,500 training class for anyone who is interested in becoming a certified wildlife crime trainer.
The Red Bulls and Boston Athletic Club are partnering on the program, which will include instruction in basic life-saving skills such as tracking a rhinos movements and protecting oneself.
Red Bulls coach Jesse Marsch will be part of the training, and will be joined by Red Bulls midfielder Sebastian Blanco.
“I can’t think of a better way to prepare for a future scenario where we have a huge, deadly animal on the loose,” Marsch said in a press release.
“I have worked with some of the top trainers in the world, and it’s a pleasure to work with them and help them get ready for a life-or-death situation.”
The program will also feature information on how to recognize signs of an aggressive animal and how to avoid getting into a situation where you can’t help yourself.
The class will be held at Red Bull Arena on Friday, May 1 at 10 a.m.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.