Poachers are wielding all kinds of new technologies to snag rhinos without getting caught, including silenced weapons and night-vision goggles.
A new study likens a rhino's horn to a sharpened pencil, with a hard core and a softer exterior that curves as it grows and wears over time.
Only a handful remain, and photos like this will help scientists learn how to conserve the beasts.
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