Africa is losing the battle to save its wildlife. Iconic African animals like elephants and rhinos are under attack from highly organised criminal networks that are feeding an insatiable demand for ivory and rhino horn in China, Vietnam and other Asian countries.
China slapped a one-year ban on African ivory hunting trophy imports, the state forestry authority said on Thursday ahead of a trip by President Xi Jinping to Britain, where members of the royal family have urged China to crack down on the ivory...
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In 2015, 1,175 rhinos in South Africa were killed for their horns — an average of three slaughtered rhinos per day. Meanwhile, at a couple of very odd “farms,” also in South Africa, rhinos are being blindfolded and held down while trained veterinary professionals take an electric saw and remove their horns. YOUTUBE/NATURCAST These rhinos belong toRead More
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