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Title: Progress with developing statistical models to determine the source and species of recovered illegal rhino horn in Africa based on analyses of its chemistry
Author(s): Emslie, R.H.; Brooks, M.; Lee-Thorp, J.; Jolles, A.; Smith, W.; Vermass, N.
Year published: 2000
Journal: Pachyderm
Volume: 29
Pages: 56-57
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It is often said that 'you are what you eat'. Because elements and different isotopes present in food plants, affected by climate, geology and type of plant, can be absorbed into rhino horn through the digestive processes, chemical analysis of rhino horn offers the potential of determining both ...

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