3rd Degree with Debora Patta and Julian Rademeyer exposes the illegal RHINO HORN TRADE. Caution! Graphic video footage. Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend
Warren Freimond, Jessica Immelman and Alex Rodel (with footage by South African filmmaker Ryan Sean Davy) produce “The Rhino’s Song” to be released on World Rhino Day September 22, 2012. Jess got it all started: “I’m in South Africa for the summer and we want to produce a rhino video for Nikela, is that okay?” What
Rhino horn, from Traditional Chinese Medicine to speculative investment endangered rhino now targeted by military, organized crime to fund terrorists. Back in 2010 when we first took an interest in curtailing rhino poaching it appeared to be a rather simple problem. Rhino horn powder is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The Asian Rhino was about
The rhino poaching crisis in South Africa is fed by demand in Vietnam for its horns, which are believed to be a sexual stimulant, cure hangovers and even cancer. To date 341 rhino have been lost to poachers in South Africa this year (2012). These gentle giants are brutally attacked, their horns are savagely removed with a
Kariega Game Reserve, two rhino fighting to survive after horns poached by rhino poachers, rangers plead for help to save the endangered species. Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend
Margot Stewart created this informative, tastefully done video on the crisis of the endangered rhino in South Africa due to relentless poaching, the wildlife illegal trafficking, the anti-poaching rangers, CITES and black rhino, white rhino. With 50 already rhino dead in the first 40 days of 2012, the poaching for its horn continues to escalate.
Happy Holidays from the wildlife to all who love ‘em, protect ‘em, save ‘em and conserve ‘em! Seasons Greetings from Nikela and those you’ve helped this year… Karin and her monkeys (vervets and baboons) Anton and his leopards Shannon and her falcons and African birds of prey Silke and her vervet babies Ian who teaches
Good stuff first… ending with the bad! How large is the rhino really? Is it true or false that a rhino can see for miles? What’s this about black rhino and white rhino? How long is a rhino pregnant until her calf is born? Can rhino still be hunted… legally that is? Who wins? 6