Three-year-old white rhino Wasinda has a temporary hide covering his open wounds, before being treated by Saving the Survivors vets at a private game farm in Clocolan, South Africa, in September 2017. The vast majority of rhino horn poached in South Africa is for the market in China and other East Asian countries. Photo: EPA-EFE

Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Bonhams have done it: it’s time for all auction houses to take the ‘no rhino horn’ pledge

  • When animals such as rhinos and elephants teeter on the edge of extinction, sales of their body parts are simply not acceptable
Topic |   Conservation

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Three-year-old white rhino Wasinda has a temporary hide covering his open wounds, before being treated by Saving the Survivors vets at a private game farm in Clocolan, South Africa, in September 2017. The vast majority of rhino horn poached in South Africa is for the market in China and other East Asian countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
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