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Title: Microchips used to protect rhinos
Author(s): Hilton-Barker, M.
Year published: 1998
Journal: Really Rhinos
Volume: 12 (1)
Pages: 1
File: View PDF: 112,4 kb
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
African Rhino Species
Recently South Africa's Mpumalanga Parks Board began implanting tiny microchips into the horns and under the skins of rhinos in its reserves. Information on each rhino, including the chip number and genetic particulars, will be entered onto a national computerized database, enabling wildlife law...

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