The surprising new trend that's saving rhinos.
Do this on the elephants, gazelles, sheep etc.....
@Dr Genitals, mostly elephants
@Dr Genitals, not the sheepses. We need to eat the sheeps.
@Dr Genitals, Ah yes, sheep. The most endangered species on the planet.
@Dr Genitals, do people eat gazelle antler and sheep horn?
@CriTiKa1, I hear they are almost extinct in New Zealand, sheep human hybrids are everywhere however
@Dr Genitals, used for making needlers in the halo series
ITS NOT A PHASE MOM
@poiuy, queer nose for the straight rhinos
@Darthballz, I like and respect your South Park reference
Poachers deserve to die and I'm very glad there are some people lethally hunting them now.
That shiny looks a little fake to me
@a shiny haunter, it's a nidorino
And it gets the babe rhinos
But wouldnt it be visible to other animals as well?
@Guy With Xray Vision, it's a rhino, the tank of the animal kingdom. I'm sure they'll be fine.
@SkeptikalScabies, well, they're kinda going extinct rapidly due to Asian demand
Mom you don't understand, it's not a phase!
Get all the rhino ladied 😉...no? Ok
This is great but isn't it too late? Didn't the the white rhino go extinct?
@The Puppet Man, other rhinos are under threat as well
@Cant all be winners, well hopefully this will slow down their extinction at least. Maybe with catching poachers it can be turned around.
How do you get that close?
@JenniBoo, probably shoot them with a tranq and then apply it along with a tracking chip...
No offense, but I would totally buy pink ivory. But I wouldn't because of rhinos. But artificial pink ivory? Totally.
@Stag GT, Oh, ivory is basically elephant tooth. Rhino horn is made up of keratin, the stuff that makes up your hair and nails.
@ihatesummer, whoops. Forgot about that.
If we easily spot them then lions, cheetahs, hyenas, and any other predators with keen eyesights will too.
I'm not a fan of dead rhinos, but killing people for killing rhinos? Not only seams slightly hypocritical but it's also as illegal as poaching. Not that I'm okay with poachers but if you think animals shouldn't die then why should humans?
@Swiss 64, it doesn't kill humans?
@Swiss 64, Learn to read. (Number 4)
@CriTiKa1, I can read and no where on #4 does it says it kills humans... It causes sickness to drive humans away from eating it. Ever had food poisoning? Doesn't kill you.
@KayIsenor, Why are you responding to me?
I think it would look better with a giant target painted on its butt, that way when a lion is hungry, it won't have to work hard to find food.
@SirDiabetes, "Due to it's large size, the black rhino's only real predator in the wild are large wild cats such as lions that will prey on the black rhino calves and weak individuals. Humans are the biggest threat to the black rhinoceros as they have been hunted to the brink of extinction for their horns."
It's amazing, this thing called the internet, have you heard of it? You can find out information about things and stuff. Crazy.
@Cant all be winners, I've been to the internets once, I came back as only a defeated man full of regret
@SirDiabetes, I've had that feeling. Remain strong.
Poachers still kill the rhino so they don't accidentally track the same one twice.
*if this guy says thus one more time i will flip out
If this guy says this one more time i will flip out
Sadly came about. Too late.
I didn't know people ate the ivory, so why does it matter if it's poisonous if ingested?
Rhinos don't have ivory in their horns. It's keratin. Like our fingernails. They sell it on the black market for medicinal uses.
Apparently as I lay passed out one night someone coated my genitals in this substance
I actually read about this. It would basically make poaching worse and since the full effects of the poison on humans isnt known, people immune to the poison would still be inclined to buy more. Also this doesnt work if they are using the horn for experimental purposes.