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Critically endangered: an Eastern Black Rhino Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

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Between 2006-2015, 220 kg of illegal rhino horn was seized en route to Vietnam.
Between 2006-2015, 220 kg of illegal rhino horn was seized en route to Vietnam. Image: Statista
Alternatives to rhino horn are intended to disrupt poaching and illegal trade.
Two rhinos are poached in Africa every day Image: Reuters/Jean Bizimana
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