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Save the Rhino International works to conserve all five rhino species, by supporting rhino conservation programmes across Africa and Asia. Visit us today to find out how you can help. "Rhino Rage: What is driving illegal consumer demand for rhino horn?" is the first report of its kind in its research methodology on the subject of China's rhino horn markets, and the first behavioural economic...
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We're a customer-focused promotional products company specializing in branded merchandise solutions designed to meet your marketing and promotion needs. Welcome to Black Rhino and thank you for visiting our site! We supply corporate logo apparel and promotional products. Clients use us for corporate or employee gifts, events, brand identity, employee incentives, trade show items, branded...
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Welcome to the website for the EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria) Best Practice Guidelines for Black Rhinos (Diceros bicornis michaeli). On the pages of this website you will find information on Black rhinos in the field and guidelines for their care in captivity. This information is...
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The Black Rhino Club is an Exclusive Members Club that helps organizations with their Conservation projects by producing entertaining events and unique experiences. The Black Rhino Club has taken the name of this powerful, and beautiful animal to symbolize the power and strength of our mission,...
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More than 25 years ago, the International Black Rhino Foundation was launched in response to a poaching crisis that many experts thought could wipe out Zimbabwe’s rhinos. Together with other conservation organizations, we were able to nearly eliminate poaching and stabilize the black rhino...
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South African Insiders and Illegal Rhino Horn Trade: In 2010, we warned that unscrupulous game industry insiders – and the ‘mismanagement’ of private rhino horn stockpiles – could be fueling demand for rhino horn from within South Africa. One of the most disturbing developments in the escalating illegal rhino horn trade is the proliferation of nefarious business alliances between unscrupulous...
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SRT operates in a remote, rugged area of more than a million hectares, with few fences, no national park status and no controls over who goes in or out. Working closely with the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, local communities and NGOs, our dedicated teams of trackers go out on daily patrols to monitor this last truly free-ranging population of black rhino in the world. Save the Rhino...
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Black Rhino Recycling, Inc. is a Woman-Owned Small Business founded in 1991 to supply green alternatives. Specializing in non-wood, recycled plastic lumber, timbers, planking and piles, we offer the opportunity to replace chemically treated wood. Our no maintenance products do not split, splinter, support wood boring insects/worms or leach hazardous treatment chemicals. Some exterior...
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The Sebakwe Black Rhino Trust was established in 1989 to help conserve part of the remaining population of black rhino. The Trust is involved in supporting one group of rhinos in a conservancy in the Midlands region of Zimbabwe. As a small organization with a limited field of operation, you can see where each and every pound, dollar or euro that we receive is spent and how donors are making a...
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