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rhin-

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The nose.
[G. rhis]

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 privately owned British auction house announced earlier this month that it would auction off 21 pieces of antique rhino horn.
The value of black market rhino horns is around [pounds sterling]2,330 ($3,000), which means an entire horn could fetch poachers up to [pounds sterling]15,000.
Matt McLanahan of White Point Partners represented Rhino Market.
Coordinated efforts between the Hawks, SARS customs officials and Environmental Management Inspectors from the Department of Environmental Affairs and SANParks has resulted in the dismantling of 35 rhino horn trafficking networks linking the transit countries of Swaziland, Mozambique, Namibia and Kenya to the end-user countries of China, Hong Kong and Vietnam.
According to KWS figures, nine rhinos were killed in Kenya last year.
Poaching has risen in recent years across sub-Saharan Africa where armed criminal gangs have killed elephants for tusks and rhinos for horns.
These animals are the last living northern white rhinos on Earth.
Rully Lasahido said that Rhino X-Tri is held on the date close to Singapore Triathlon and Beijing Triathlon to attract more overseas athletes.
Most of the rhinos are in South Africa, though the population has been hit hard by poachers supplying horns to an illegal Asian market.
Dereck Joubert, a filmmaker and conservationist who runs Rhinos Without Borders with his wife, Beverly, says that extinction of the rhino would be a crippling blow to Africa's ecosystem.
BLACK RHINOSAt the Geneva conference, Kenya and Nigeria successfully led opposition of a proposal by Namibia and eSwati (formerly Swaziland) to loosen restrictions on trade in live Southern White Rhino's and rhino parts.