15 May '11, 5am

Vietnam may be behind rhino poaching in South Africa

Saturday May 14, 2011, 10:56 pm It has been scientifically proven that rhino horn has no medicinal benefit. Even if it did, it is ludicrous to believe that it's okay to wipe an entire species off the planet simply to benefit the human population, which is the most overpopulated, destructive scourge of this planet. send green star | flag as inappropriate Why is this inappropriate? Send Report Cancel Your report has been submitted to Customer Service. Thank you. There was a problem submitting your report. Please try again later.

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