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Why is Rhino so Bad-tempered?

  • 30 March, 2020
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If you have ever been on safari and been lucky enough to spot one of the few remaining rhinos in the wild, you may be familiar with their characteristic grumpiness. Rhinos have a reputation for aggressive behaviour and if you…

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Exploring the Main Areas of Conflict between Elephants and Humans

  • 30 March, 2020
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The African Elephant is one of the continent’s most recognisable icons. The lumbering giant’s likeness features on several national currency denominations (such as the Ugandan 500 Shilling note), in landmarks like the gate-keeping tusks which tower over Moi Avenue in…

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Why are Rhinos Endangered?

  • 30 March, 2020
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Rhinos are powerful and majestic animals. Scientists predict that 100 years ago, around 500,000 rhinos roamed the Earth. Nowadays, that number is much smaller. It is thought that a mere 29,000 rhinos exist today and many of these are housed…

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Illegal Ivory: Where does it come from? Where does it go?

  • 30 March, 2020
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The illegal ivory trade is worth millions of dollars. Organised gangs of poachers and traders stand to make $1.3 million on each shipment delivered. The route the ivory takes from elephant to consumer is predictable. However, because of the network…

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