The Great Myth About Rhino Horn

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The Chinese and Vietnamese penchant for powdered Rhino horn is based on the false premise that it is a good male aphrodisiac or that it cures cancer. Neither one is true! Rhino horn is basically the same material as our own fingernails.Grumpy  old men won’t look past the ancient traditions and into the science of what horn is, and that it does NOTHING for you.

Above you will note what a rhino looks like after a visit from local poachers operating on behalf of international crime syndicates…

More Namibian Elephants to be shot…

…under permit from the national government. Now, 9 of the remaining 18 male desert elephants in that country are to be history…

The government has not responded to international pressure to halt this! We would urge international tourists to boycott this country for the foreseeable future. Obviously, not a nice place!

Controversy grows as first desert elephant shot

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Wildlife News

http://wildlifenews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/namibia-desert-elephants.jpg With the world still reeling from the tragic poaching death of Satao, the iconic Kenyan tusker, news that Namibia has just followed through on killing the first of the Namibian Desert Elephants on Saturday, is causing another outcry.
The Namibian Government, seemingly unfazed by the recent… http://wildlifenews.co.uk/2014/controversy-grows-as-first-desert-elephant-shot/

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ELEPHANT KILLING ZONE-NAMIBIA

battle-for-elephants-sunset_64703_610x3432.jpg THOSE WISHING TO PROTEST TO THE NAMIBIAN DEPT OF TOURISM over the plan to sell off hunting licences for 1/3 of their desert bull population- numbering only 18, with a total male/female desert population of only 100, use any or all of the following email addresses:

info@namibiatourism.com.na, namibia@saol.com, info@namibia-tourism.ca, namibia@hbportfolio, ntbfrance@orange.fr, namibiatourism@airconsult.it, huhm@dps-china.com

The above list represents the Namibian Tourism offices around the world.

Namibia set to kill a third of remaining desert bull elephants

WRITE an email ASAP to the Namibian tourism office- info@namibiatourism.com.na
Protest this in no uncertain terms.

Wildlife News

http://wildlifenews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/namibia-desert-elephants.jpg There are growing fears that Namibia is about to sell off hunting rights to a third of the remaining adult bull desert elephants in the country. With an estimated population of just over 100 elephants and just 18 of those being adult males the loss of a third of the breeding males would be… http://wildlifenews.co.uk/2014/namibia-set-to-killed-a-third-of-remaining-desert-bull-elephants/

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14 rhino horns originated from Namibia

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http://wildlifenews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/chinese-rhino-horn-accused.jpg The bail hearing of the 3 Chinese caught trying to smuggle 14 rhino horns out of Namibia has heard that the horns originated from the country. DNA testing has shown that all the horns seem to originate from rhino killed in the country. A microchip found in one of the horns showed that it… http://wildlifenews.co.uk/2014/14-rhino-horns-originated-from-namibia/

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