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Title: Effects of dehorning on population productivity in four Namibia sub-populations of black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis bicornis)
Author(s): Chimes, L.; Beytell, P; Muntifering, J.R.; Koetting, B.; Neville, V.
Year published: 2022
Journal: European Journal of Wildlife Research
Volume: 68, Article number: 58
Pages: 1-17 -
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
Black Rhino
The black rhinoceros (rhino) (Diceros bicornis) is critically endangered, with poaching being one of several threats to the species’ survival. Many reserves across several countries, including Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, now dehorn their rhinos in an attempt to reduce poaching. Histori...

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