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A Horn of a Different Kind: South African Scientists Fight Poaching with Radiation

A rhino recovers from a tranquilizer after a hole was drilled into its horn and isotopes were carefully inserted, at a rhino orphanage in Limpopo's northern province on Tuesday, June 25, 2024. Researchers have initiated the final phase of a project aimed at reducing rhino poaching by inserting radioisotopes into rhino horns to devalue one of the most highly trafficked wildlife commodities. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

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