Rescuing the rhinos

Schlaepfer, Gloria G.; Samuelson, Mary Lou
February 1998
Cricket;Feb98, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p53
Provides information about the preservation of rhinos, one of the endangered species. Reason why rhinos are being hunted down; Value of the rhino horns; Information about Michael Werikhe, also called as The Rhino Man, a leading figure in the campaign to save the rhinos; Alternative to the rhino horns.


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