What is Rhinoceros Poaching? Rhinoceros poaching is the illegal practice of killing rhinoceros to meet the high demands for their horns in Asian countries. Most of the poaching happens in South Africa, which is home to more than 80 percent of Africa’s rhinoceros and makes up to almost ¾ of the world’s wild rhinoceros’ population….
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A Regrettable Reality: Ecological Crime Mafias
There is now a new form of crime in the mafia network: environmental crime. It is particularly true in the United States, France, Belgium, Ukraine, Madagascar, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, and China. That illicit trafficking is leading to the massive destruction of both fauna and flora – a crime against nature. Unfortunately, the penal arsenal…