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Pangolins, eaten to extinction.
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Pangolins are considered one of the world’s most trafficked mammals. These little interesting species are being slaughtered to extinction. Sadly people don’t even know the name, so it’s impossible to protect what you don’t comprehend. Pangolins’ scales are made of keratin, the same protein that makes up our own hair and nails, rhino horns, the “teeth” of baleen whales, and the claws of bears....

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Organization of the Day:The Mexican Rehabilitation Centre for Primates (CMRP)
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The Mexican Rehabilitation Centre for Primates (CMRP) emerges after the actual troubled situation of endemic endangered primates in Mexico (Alouatta pigra , Alouatta palliata, Ateles geoffroyi).The CMRP was founded in 2007 to promote, share important data and support conservation and rehabilitation of exotic primates in the zone, creating research programs and scientific education. The CMRP is a non-profit Organization that receives and takes care...

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Angola Rhino News
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Continuing with our series on matters of rhinos within our neighbouring countries. Angola’s rhino history seems short and not so sweet, what an utterly sorry state of affairs…    Baby Black Rhino.  Photo by Annamarie Esterhuizen 10 white rhinos were introduced to Quiçama NP from Natal Parks Board in 1968 Photograph by James P. Blair There has been no survey to determine the status...

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Rhino Translocation by Game Rangers´Association of Africa
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Two years ago the Game Rangers’ Association of Africa (GRAA) embarked on a rhino project which looked to address rhino management through range expansion, genetic improvement and rhino security in an alternative and proactive manner. This was to identify additional areas where healthy populations of rhinos could exist and grow. The project aimed to capture and transport a significant number of rhinos to a...

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The Worlds First Ever Rhino Photo Contest….
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Welcome to the worlds first ever Rhino Photo contest. To participate and share your images,  please join Bush Warriors Photo of the Day Contest group on Facebook, which you can access by clicking here (http://www.facebook.com/groups/bushwarriorsphotooftheday/) Our first photo of the week is from Fred Von Winckelman The Bush Warriors Photo of The Day Contest is brought to you in partnership with: Founded in 1926, WESSA (The Wildlife and...

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