The Last Rhino

November 2010
Canadian Dimension;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p11
The article focuses on the threat caused by the decreasing no of endangered species in the world. It states that the last female rhino at the Krugersdorp Nature Reserve, was slaughtered by poachers. About 90 percent of the world's rhinos have been massacred in the last forty years. The trade of spices has led for the disappearance of 30 percent of mammals, reptiles, and birds. It has also threatened the connections between the preservation of biodiversity and the survival of humanity.


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