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Why is it cruel? Isn’t the goal to increase the population of rhinos so they don’t go extinct? Last I checked that required breeding. I read an article a few days that some scientists in Asia have found a way to 3D print ivory that Vintage retro save the chubby unicorns has the same DNA fingerprint, so its basically i.impossible to tell apart. there plan is to just flood the market with fakes and drive the prices down so low that no one will want to buy any.
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Here’s how you stop the poaching and the illegal rhino horn trade. Start by legalizing the sale of rhino horn and offer incentives to breed rhino herds like tax cuts. After that invest in the company that is growing rhino horns artificially with stem cells. They’ll flood the market which will cause the price of the horns to plummet in a short period. Vintage retro save the chubby unicorns
This will stop the poaching as it will not be worth the time and effort into it since it’s legal to sell and the current market has been flooded by inexpensive lab grown types. Capitalism for the win.
I think that will downsizing the actual population of rhinos. If legalized the poaching, the market will fill the rhinos territory and not just cut their horns, but also leave them defenseless against predators. The horns are their protection and if everyone rushes to cut them to flood the market, then they will be extinct quickly. No matter if you trying to up the breeding. You would seriously have to take them from the wild and their habitat and keep them locked away like cows at a farm to prevent extinction. That is cruel punishment alone, because when the market is overflowing with the horns, the rhinos that will be released afterwards, will not be able to survive in the wild.
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you’re not getting what I was saying. By no means am I saying that we legalize poaching. What I was saying was that we legalize the sale of rhino horns. This is done without killing the rhino and would be in a more domestic setting. It would be the incentive needed to get the farmers and ranchers of Africa to start breeding rhinos. Also I don’t think you understand the dynamics of the African food chain. The only predators going after rhinos are going after the calves not the adults. So even without the horn unless the animal is sick or injured to begin with no predator would actively hunt it. Also since what I was referring to is in a more domestic type scenario the land owners keeping the rhinos for the production of the rhino horn would also deal with any would be predators that would prey on the calves.
lions and other predators don’t go for rhinos and I think they’re still fast and heavy enough to defend them selves if trouble occurs. It’s the best protection against humans and that is what counts They still can defend themselves very well though they have no predators that pose a threat to them cause they are so big and bulky .. think of them as a really big female cow , they can prolly just headbutt or stomp or kick there predator or whatever and kill it instantly honestly . I mean it’s basically a oversized living Mack truck
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