Dehorning isn't a magic bullet: Poachers will still kill dehorned
animals for the stump of horn that remains, or to avoid wasting time tracking the same animal on another night, and the dehorning process itself carries risk (see "Dehorning Dilemma").
According to the group, in the early 1990s, majority of dehorned
rhinos in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park were killed just 12 to 18 months after being dehorned
"Please also ensure that you dehorn
your goats and cattle to avoid similar incidents," I pointed out as I moved to examine the goat with a swelling.
Since this is basically a pocket pistol it has been dehorned
, that is, sharp edges have been smoothed off making it snag free and also hand friendly.
The ultimate dehorn
! All of the evaluators were notably impressed by the smoothness of the three pistols.
Namibian Police Force (NamPol)'s Otjozondjupa Regional Crime Investigations Coordinator, Deputy Commissioner Naukalemo Andreas in an interview with Nampa on Wednesday said the 58-year-old farm owner is licensed by Government to keep dehorned
Jomo advisers were of the opinion that Jaramogi be dehorned
immediately he showed his head.
The MC1sc was built for concealment with a slim, dehorned
profile for a snag-free draw.
, they were released in eSwatini, formerly Swaziland, earlier in July.
There are also untold custom touches to this gun, for example, every sharp edge dehorned
and that recessed serrated slide stop pin.
All the edges of the H9 are dehorned
. Except for the deliberately sharp edges of the sights (sights have to be sharp, or they aren't much use), the rest of the H9 has been worked over to remove any sharp edges.
Everything in the show was real, although when I dehorned
a bullock and blood squirted all over my face, there was someone under the animal with a squeezy bottle of fake blood to make it look worse than it was."