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Rhino poaching has rised since the early 2000s. On the black market, prices for rhionoceros horn powder are rocketing: nearly $60,000 per kilogram. Some reserves have decided to cut and file the horns of these animals to better protect them. This technique is painless for rhinos, whose horns are essentially made of keratin, just like our nails.
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