Here’s an intriguing video to say the least. It follows the efforts of John Hume, a man living in South Africa who happens to own five percent of the world’s rhino population. Hume sued the government in South Africa to legalize the sale of rhino horns, arguing that if you sold them on the open market, it would bring the number of rhinos killed by illegal poachers down dramatically. It seems that when removed safely and properly, the horns will grow back, and the animal won’t be killed. Could this be the answer to saving Earth’s engendered rhino species?
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