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Rhino poaching is a biodiversity crisis: Oliver Withers of Credit Suisse

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Wildlife trafficking has become a multi-billion dollar transnational criminal activity that is ranked as the fourth most profitable transnational crime — behind the narcotics trade, arms trade, and human trafficking. Found in Africa and Asia, the rhinoceros is particularly vulnerable to poaching because of the growing demand for its horn — which fetch enormous prices on the black market and…

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