The South African government is considering plans to make trade in rhino horn legal. Minister Edna Molewa can stop a misguided plan to allow local trade of rhino horn as a way stop poaching – but only if she hears from us.
"A Nick Chevallier production for the Conservation Action Trust and OSCAP, that illustrates the folly of legalising the trade in Rhino Horn, and the dire effects that this could have on the survival of the species.
Following her skin graft procedure one month ago, Thandi underwent a follow-up procedure yesterday in which doctors and surgeons undertook to assess which of the three skin graft methods applied in June had worked best, as well as to apply further...
Legalizing trade didn't deter poachers from killing more tigers and elephants, and it won't help the rhinos, either (Thoughtful article on whether rhino horn should be legalised, from @SmithsonianMag http://t.co/VvyXJM4Kuc)...
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