How we do it.

Horns grow back over time Studies claim that the regrowth of shortened rhino horns appear to grow back faster than rhino horns that are not shortened.
How this all happen:
• Rhinos are darted from a helicopter by a veterinarian
• The removal points are marked where the rhino will feel no pain for example like cutting your nails just at the right lengt
• Whilst under anesthesia, equipment is used to shorten the horn.
• The eyes and ears are covered to prevent noise damage.
• The stump is trimmed and covered with a type of medicine to prevent from drying and cracking.
We know that by shortening rhino horns we are taking away they’re characteristic feature however we are trying to give them a longer lifespan to survive in the wild.

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