James Richardson
James Richardson

the TRADE IN RHINO HORNS HAS GOT TO STOP !!!!

Gerry Hilton
Gerry Hilton

Such a beautiful majestic aniimal slaughtered for their horns is a disgrace. Lets try and save them. A death for a horn?????

Joan Augustyn
Joan Augustyn

Destroying our rhinos is a criminal offence deserving of a life jail sentence

Andre Erasmus
Andre Erasmus

The Trade of RHINO Horns must STOP

Iqbal Sha
Iqbal Sha

hlo

Teddy Fowles
Teddy Fowles

CITES is infiltrated by the wildlife trade mafia and all the corrupt officials from countries interested in this business. Wish we could nail the bastards but they are about as slippery as UEFA. Trying to nail any one of the useless bastards will be a monster feat in itself!!!!

Andbob Hennie
Andbob Hennie

South Africa ?The country who kills it's wildlife for the highest bidder and has ignored world pressure to ban Canned hunting and other such mindlless atrocities.
And now will host the CITES Quango ,of useless ,self serving idiots.
Well met.!!!

Angela Tovey
Angela Tovey

Such a beautiful majestic aniimal slaughtered for their horns is a disgrace to the human race. It's barbaric and must stop now before it's too late. X

Michael Dougans
Michael Dougans

Done

Manuel Molina
Manuel Molina

The main reason this diabolical acts are going on now, more than ever before, is due to the Eastern cultural believes that these products, like shark fins and rhino horns are potent aphrodisiacs or will enhance their power and strength, make them feel and/or look younger, etc. These believes have existed in the Eastern culture, most probably, for thousands of years. And, as these Eastern countries have become much wealthier in the last decade, now they can afford to indulge in the...

The main reason this diabolical acts are going on now, more than ever before, is due to the Eastern cultural believes that these products, like shark fins and rhino horns are potent aphrodisiacs or will enhance their power and strength, make them feel and/or look younger, etc. These believes have existed in the Eastern culture, most probably, for thousands of years. And, as these Eastern countries have become much wealthier in the last decade, now they can afford to indulge in the consumption of these (to them) "luxuries" that they could not afford years ago.The demand has increased and traders, like traders of other products all over the world, have no conscience, they just care about the profit margin involved in these trades. Even government officials in Africa and Central and South America are in the payroll of these traders. Because, not only that they don't care about the animals, but worse of all they don't care about what happens to this planet in future generations.

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