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South African game park wardens cut horns from rhinoceros to save it from poachers

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Game park workers restrain a rhinoceros to saw off her horn at the Kragga Kamma Game Park on March 30 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Horns are being removed from rhinos in an attempt to prevent the rhino from being poached and its horn sold on the black market.

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Veterinarian William Fowlds saws off the horn of a rhinocerous while game ranger Mof Swanepoel restrains her at the Kragga Kamma Game Park on March 30 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

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Veterinarian William Fowlds, game park co-owner Mike Cantor and game ranger Mof Swanepoel treat the wounds of a rhinoceros after sawing off its horns at the Kragga Kamma Game Park on March 30 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

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A rhinoceros whose horn has been removed grazes with its young at the Kragga Kamma Game Park on March 30 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

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