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Depicted in ancient European drawing in caves, the black rhinoceros was widespread in African savannas and throughout Asia in historical times. Back in the 19th century these savannas have been home to plentiful BLACK RHINO that it wasn’t impossible to encounter a dozen of them a day. But due to the relentless poaching of their horns and the overwhelming demand for it used for medicines or ornaments, over 90% of the black rhino’s population has been wiped out just in a span of 70 years.
People still hunt them only for the horn they leave the animal there and cut the horn and it is awful. It in not maybe dead yet when they start takng the horn, AWFUL!
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