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A captured wild male black rhino at a wildlife sanctuary.
Photographer: Carl de Souza/AFP

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Zimbabwe has started removing the horns of its entire rhino population to deter poaching.
The de-horning process of more than 1,000 animals is being done by veterinarians from the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, according to its spokesman Tinashe Farawo. They will be cut off after the rhinos have been anesthetized, and typically grow back within a year. 


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