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The Rhinoceros

 

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Conservationists draw attention to one of the worlds endangered creature on May 1, what is "Save the Rhino Day." Rhinos have romed the planet for millions of years, but in recent times poachers has hunted the animals to near extinxshun. The horn of the rhinoceros, which is made of the same material as human fingernails, are used in traditional asian medicines and as nife handles. With protection, the rhino has making a comeback.

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Conservationists draw attention to one of the world's endangered creatures on May 1, which is "Save the Rhino Day." Rhinos have roamed the planet for millions of years, but in recent times poachers have hunted the animals to near extinction. The horn of the rhinoceros, which is made of the same material as human fingernails, is used in traditional Asian medicines and as knife handles. With protection, the rhino is (or has been or has made) making a comeback.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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05/2005