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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Reynold Thakhuli
South African rangers say they have found eight dead rhinos that had been stripped of their horns, an unprecedented one-day toll.
South African rangers say they have found eight dead rhinoceroses that were stripped of their horns, an unprecedented one-day toll.
"This is the first time that we've had so many in one day, and it's really a concern for us," Mr. Thakhuli said Wednesday,
Reynold Thakhuli, South African National Parks spokesman, said rangers found the rhinoceros carcasses this week at two sites in Kruger, the country's flagship national park.