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Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct #420068 11/13/11 08:52 AM
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Very sad news in the world - there is no longer any living western black rhino left.

http://www.npr.org/2011/11/11/142245106/western-black-rhino-declared-extinct

What are some ideas for reducing poaching? Can we change a thousand years of tradition?


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Re: Western Black Rhino Declared Extinct [Re: Lisa Shea] #420680 12/05/11 03:24 AM
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I have a hard time talking about this without getting pissed off.


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