As a growing number of endangered African rhinos are poached for their horns, officials and activists are scrambling for ways to halt the slaughter. Suggestions have included pre-emptively cutting off or poisoning their horns, or even deregulating their trade. But nothing promises to quell the insatiable demand for their powder in Asia.
William Fowlds saw something at South Africa's Kariega Game Reserve this March that brought tears to the normally tough veterinarian's eyes. Fowlds found...Full Story