AFRICA'S FIGHT ON RHINO ELEPHANT POACHERS AIDED
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You can follow this link to the Humane Society International's webpage, which provides details about the threats faced by Africa's Rhino population. There is a short video that discusses why the species is targeted. (This annotation contains a link)
Why might individuals risk stiff penalties to continue poaching?
This detail reveals that the scope of the poaching problem is
You can visit this link to see a short video about the rangers's training exercises. (This annotation contains a link)
These statistics suggest that
You can visit the World Wildlife Foundation's page to get more information about African Elephants, and what efforts are being taken across the continent to save them from extinction. (This annotation contains a link)
In this sentence the phrase war of attrition means
Why might it be more effective to send the middle men to jail, rather than the poachers?(*Consider a middle man the person who transfers tusks and horns to market but doesn't actually poach the animals.)
What similarities exist between the way the poachers are operating and the way a military operates? Where do you think poachers are learning their strategies?
The fact that many Asians still covet unproven medicine made from rhino horns indicates that the poaching problem is fueled by