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South African Conservationists Use Poison to Save Rhinos

Some endangered animal species are killed by poachers who sell their body parts for lucrative profits. In response, South African environmentalists are using an innovative measure in an effort to save the rhinoceros.    Rhinos are targeted for their horns, which can be sold for tens of thousands of dollars on the black market in Asia. The ground up horn is used in traditional Chinese medicine, while the eyes and the tail are sometimes used in witchcraft.   Graham Shipway,...

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