thenews.com.pk 18 Sep, 2020 04:15 am

Save the animals, save the earthSave the animals, save the earth

Save the animals, save the earthSave the animals, save the earth
BITS 'N' PIECESIn the early 1900s, the Bornean rhinoceros was common throughout its range, but over the course of a few decades this species experienced severe population declines. The 1930s brought about a huge wave of hunting by locals who killed...

Despite studies that have proven that rhino horn has no medicinal value, the market for rhino horn has persisted, and poachers continue to decimate the species’ population.The largest of the zebra species, Grevy’s zebras have long, slender legs and hoofed feet that allow them to run quickly, avoiding fast-moving predators.To help increase the number of Grevy’s zebras, Kenya banned all hunting of zebras in 1977 and all trading of wildlife products in 1978.BITS 'N' PIECES In the early 1900s, the Bornean rhinoceros was common throughout its range, but over the course of a few decades this species experienced severe population declines.

There’s their famed adaptability, which sees to it that these flexible felines can acclimate to a range of landscapes, even ones heavily modified by humans.Their big ears and long, narrow heads give them a mule-like appearance, and large eyes set far back on their heads provide them with a wide field of vision and the ability to spot movement at great distances.

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