Working for rhinos

March 1995
Earthwatch: The Journal of Earthwatch Institute;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 14 Issue 2, following p36
Presents the results of a research conducted by Sky Alibhai and Zoe Jewell with the help of EarthCorps volunteers on the maintenance of the black rhinoceros population in Africa. Impact of poaching; Withholding of precise information on the animal's abundance and distribution.


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