January 2014
All Animals;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p8
The article focuses on the three-year campaign launched by the Human Society International (HSI) and the Vietnamese government to reduce the poaching of endangered rhinoceroses in the country. It says that the campaign aims to spread the message that rhino horn has no health benefits because of lack of scientific evidence. Meanwhile, doctor Will Fowlds has treated two South African rhinos after their horns are brutally hacked off.


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