Photo: More Rhinos Hacked Apart as Horn Demand Spikes



A game warden guards one of perhaps dozens of black rhinoceroses from poachers in Zimbabwe's Matusadona National Park in the mid-1990s. A July 2009 report says rhino poaching is on the rise, due largely to growing Asian demand and the expansion of Asian business into Africa.

Photograph by Chris Johns/NGS


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