Orphanage gives hope to rhinos
Wed, 22 Aug 2012 12:19p.m.
Wildlife campaigners say a surge in rhino hunting in South Africa is threatening the survival of the species.
A recent report says they're being killed for their horns at a rate of almost two a day.
But it is now hoped a new orphanage for young rhinos will help save the animals before it's too late.
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