Published on link.springer.com the 15.08.2022. | By: Lucy C. Chimes, Piet Beytell, Jeff R. Muntifering, Birgit Kötting & Vikki Neville
To protect them from poachers, rhinos endangered due to poaching are being dehorned in the wild – but what effects does this have on them? A study has investigated it.
Dehorning Rhinos: new study shows that dehorned rhinos have no disadvantage in terms of social life and reproduction; though the efficiency of dehorning to deter poaching is not great, there is no biological reason to stop the practice.https://t.co/Tvv3ndV8oK pic.twitter.com/QvM8CYbbTH
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