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rhin-

, rhino-
The nose.
[G. rhis]

rhino-

[rī′nō-]
rhin-, prefix meaning "nose or noselike structure": rhinocephalia, rhinolalia, rhinoplasty.

rhin-

, rhino-
Combining forms denoting the nose.
[G. rhis]

rhino-

, rhin- [Gr. rhis, stem rhin-]
Prefixes meaning nose.
See: naso-
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The loss of a population, especially of a mega-vertebrate like a rhino .
Tourists may end up not seeing the black rhino at all.
Folly Farm's Kifaru Reserve raises money for the Rhino Dog Squad appeal by Save the Rhino, with money raised helping to train dogs and dog handlers as they protect rhinos by tracking the scent of rhinos, their horns, guns and ammunition, with dogs also being trained to attack poachers.
Rhino may add additional production capacity in Central Appalachia for this year if it can obtain coal sales at prices that justify the capital expansion dollars required to boost production.
In 1977, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora officially banned rhino horn trade around the globe.
According to official figures, the number of rhinos killed annually in South Africa, which is home to around 75 percent of the continent's rhino population, has increased by a dismaying 9,000 percent since 2007--from 13 animals poached that year to a record 1,215 in 2014.
Despite erroneous claims of its medicinal value, rhino horn which is made of keratin, the same material that forms human fingernails has no unique or particularly effective medicinal properties that can be scientifically attributed to the substance.
Chester Zoo is one of just a handful of institutions in the world that is working with conservation organisations in Africa - including Save the Rhino International and the International Rhino Foundation - to ensure the long-term survival of rhinos in the wild.
According to Udoto, preliminary observations show that the rhino was "Temple" as identified by the Maasai Mara management.
There are three main reasons why rhinos are under threat: the illegal wildlife trade in rhino horn, habitat loss as rhino homes are cleared to produce rice and coffee, and political conflict.
Aside from the monitoring patrols, efforts are underway to expand the Javan rhino's habitat through the Javan Rhino Study Conservation Area.
It cost $75,000 to treat Lion's Den, a rhino with a similar but less severe injury, and Thandi, a rhino whose horns were hacked off in 2012, recovered and gave birth in January, according to Saving the Survivors.