Here, for a sight you’ll swear couldn’t happen.
The curious fact is that, compared to white rhinos, black rhinos tend to be antisocial, which means they need a larger range for an equivalent number of animals – which increases the costs and problems of protection against poaching. And may help explain their much more rapid decline.
The rhinos are being airlifted to a range that is easier to patrol.
So, for the extinction file, antisocial tendencies could in some cases, increase risk.
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