Call to lift ban on rhino horn trade

BBC: A group of environmental researchers says that legalising the trade in rhinoceros horn is necessary to save the animals. Writing in Science journal, they argue that a global ban has failed to stem an "insatiable international demand". The authors say the market could be met by humanely shaving the horns of live rhinos. At present in South Africa, poachers are on average killing around two rhinos every day. According to the lead author of the research Dr Duan Biggs from the University......

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