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Rhinos in Africa

Conservationists have warned that poaching and lack of habitat could wipe out the black rhinos by 2026.Rhinos continue to be slaughtered for their precious horns to meet demand from Asia where it is considered that the horns are a cure for many ailments. An expensive breeding programme is now being tried in Kenya to multiply the Rhinos.India tried the same successfully by relocating Rhinos from Nepal & Assam to the Dudhwa National Park.