Could legally trading horn save the rhino?

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Science Omega article by Katy Edgington

"The current trade ban is failing to conserve rhinos because it restricts supply of horns in the face of persistent and growing demand. Under a legal trade agreement, demand could be met through the humane and sustainable harvesting of horns from live animals." Dr Duan Biggs

Science Omega reports on our recent Science paper which has attracted significant media interest in Australia and around the world, including by:

The BBC; German Radio program IQ; Antara News, Indonesia; SBS World News; The Economist; Campus News & PM Radio, Australia.

South African Govt media release on Rhino poaching intervention.

View the paper at the Science web site or a text version