Zoo enraged by ‘disrespect’ of visitors who scratched names into a rhino’s back

[post_page_title]Trouble stopping poachers[/post_page_title]
Although we are more aware of poachers than ever, it’s a fight that does not appear to be stopping soon. In 2018 there were an estimated 892 cases of rhino poaching, but that number is down from 1,124 from the year before. In the last decade, 8,889 African rhinos have been lost due to poaching, with the majority of those coming in the past six years. To put it into context, there is still more than two rhinos per day being poached for their horns every day.

Trouble stopping poachers

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