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World Rhino Day: Facts and Fiction about the Rhino Horn Trade

World Rhino Day: Facts and Fiction about the Rhino Horn Trade

Animated clip about the rhino poaching crisis. The use of rhino horn as a recreational drug or cancer treatment in Asia is based on myths. As a result, rhino…

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Another slow death for a horn: Brutal rhino poaching in SA

Another slow death for a horn: Brutal rhino poaching in SA

More than one per day: Some 265 rhinos have been poached in South Africa this year so far – the soaring demand for their horns results from the false belief,…

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Anti-poaching treatment of a rhino horn at Elephant Plains Game Lodge

Anti-poaching treatment of a rhino horn at Elephant Plains Game Lodge

The Rhino Rescue Project treats rhino horns with a compound made up of depot ectoparasiticides and inedible dye that contaminates the horn and renders it use…

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Rhino Horn Cut Alive – Canlı Canlı Boynuzu kesilen Gergedan

Rhino Horn Cut Alive – Canlı Canlı Boynuzu kesilen Gergedan

Kruger National Park -.This Rhino had to be euthanized after poachers hacked off its face! This is what Kruger National Park Rangers and Anti Poaching units …

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Stop illegal trade in rhino horn

Stop illegal trade in rhino horn

The demand for rhino horn and the involvement of sophisticated criminal networks has seen a dramatic escalation in rhino poaching in southern Africa. Tom Milliken from TRAFFIC talks about ‘The South Africa Viet Nam Rhino Horn Trade Nexus’, a report into South Africa’s rhino poaching crisis.

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Demand for rhino horn in Asia fuels African poaching crisis | WWF

Demand for rhino horn in Asia fuels African poaching crisis | WWF

Although there is no scientific proof of its medical value, rhino horn is highly prized in traditional Asian medicine.This demand creates highly profitable a…

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Busting the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade

Busting the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade

3rd Degree is in possession of shocking video footage that calls into question the decision this week to drop charges against six accused in the illegal rhino trade case. Over 450 (588) rhino have been slaughtered for their horns so far this year. So South Africans collectively breathed a sigh of relief when Thai national Chumlong Lemtongthai pleaded guilty this week to trading in rhino horn. But their relief was short-lived. In a move that has outraged animal activists, the prosecution dropped charges against Chumlong’s co-accused, allowing them to walk free. It was claimed the men knew nothing about any illegal activities, but the video footage tells a very different story. This week 3rd Degree blows the lid on a wild-life trafficking syndicate that spans the globe from South African game farmers to rhino horn dealers in South-East Asia

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Busting the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade (Part two)

Busting the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade (Part two)

3rd Degree is in possession of shocking video footage that calls into question the decision this week to drop charges against six accused in the illegal rhino trade case. Over 450 (588) rhino have been slaughtered for their horns so far this year. So South Africans collectively breathed a sigh of relief when Thai national Chumlong Lemtongthai pleaded guilty this week to trading in rhino horn. But their relief was short-lived. In a move that has outraged animal activists, the prosecution dropped charges against Chumlong’s co-accused, allowing them to walk free. It was claimed the men knew nothing about any illegal activities, but the video footage tells a very different story. This week 3rd Degree blows the lid on a wild-life trafficking syndicate that spans the globe from South African game farmers to rhino horn dealers in South-East Asia

NOTE: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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Busting the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade (Part one)

Busting the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade (Part one)

3rd Degree is in possession of shocking video footage that calls into question the decision this week to drop charges against six accused in the illegal rhino trade case. Over 450 (588) rhino have been slaughtered for their horns so far this year. So South Africans collectively breathed a sigh of relief when Thai national Chumlong Lemtongthai pleaded guilty this week to trading in rhino horn. But their relief was short-lived. In a move that has outraged animal activists, the prosecution dropped charges against Chumlong’s co-accused, allowing them to walk free. It was claimed the men knew nothing about any illegal activities, but the video footage tells a very different story. This week 3rd Degree blows the lid on a wild-life trafficking syndicate that spans the globe from South African game farmers to rhino horn dealers in South-East Asia

NOTE: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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STOP IT: together we can end illegal trade in rhino horn – Part 1

STOP IT: together we can end illegal trade in rhino horn – Part 1

Joseph Okori, WWF’s African rhino programme coordinator, discusses the poaching of African rhinos and the illegal trade in rhino horns. Not an isolated issue, it impacts on humans too. In recent years the problem has not only increased in terms of numbers killed, but we see the increasingly organised nature of the crime.

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