Poachers killing rhinos at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam might go for a massacre if they replicate the plight of African rhinos, whose horns are costlier than gold in Vietnam. "We are in the midst of a rhino poaching crisis," Mark Jones, a British veterinarian who heads the London-based Humane Society International told Al Jazeera. Explaining how expensive these rhino horns are, ...
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