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Savanna Fires, A Boon To Grazers, Cast Rhinos Into A 'Food Desert'

By Shreya Dasgupta,

12 days ago   Article ID# 4235885
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TANZANIA - When it comes to protecting the critically endangered black rhinoceros, the focus tends to be on preventing the animals from being poached. But insidious threats like fire could be affecting their long-term survival too, a new study warns.

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Updated 12 days ago   Article ID# 4235885

   

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