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What's Happening to Africa's Rhino?
So many stories! Here's a quick look at the good, bad, ugly and encouraging RHINO NEWS
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A scary time for Rhinos - ABC Canberra - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

A scary time for Rhinos - ABC Canberra - Australian Broadcasting Corporation | What's Happening to Africa's Rhino? | Scoop.it
Elegant? Not really. Photogenic? Perhaps not. On the verge of extinction? Pretty much.
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Footage Search Announces Exclusive HD Rhino Poaching Footage ...

Footage Search Announces Exclusive HD Rhino Poaching Footage ... | What's Happening to Africa's Rhino? | Scoop.it
Footage Search announces the release of exclusive new video of a Black Rhinoceros brutally poached for it's horn. Illegally hunted and severely injured, the rhino is examined by game wardens in graphic detail, and is seen ...
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Africa's Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct

Africa's Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct | What's Happening to Africa's Rhino? | Scoop.it
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature is officially declaring the western black rhino of Africa extinct. In its latest assessment of the situation, the IUCN says two other sub-species of rhinoceros also are close to extinction.
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Green rangers arm up to protect rhinos

The illegal trafficking of wildlife and animal products is the third largest criminal industry in the world where black rhinos are particularly prized by poa...
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The Flying Rhinos

The Flying Rhinos | What's Happening to Africa's Rhino? | Scoop.it
In an effort to increase the population of the endangered South-central Black Rhinoceros of South Africa, conservationists from the WWF and local partners are moving the animals to new territories as part of the Black Rhino ...
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