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Clinging to a precarious existence in the rest of Africa because of the huge black market sums paid for their horn, rhinos have become star attractions in Namibia, where poaching carries a social stigma. The private Ongava Reserve, in the Etosha National Park, provides the rare opportunity to see both black and white (pictured) rhinos.
Clinging to a precarious existence in the rest of Africa because of the huge black market sums paid for their horn, rhinos have become star attractions in Namibia, where poaching carries a social stigma. The private Ongava Reserve, in the Etosha National Park, provides the rare opportunity to see both black and white (pictured) rhinos.

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CNN's Richard Quest talks to the University of Pretoria's Wouter van Hoven about how drones may be used to save rhinos.

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CNN's Richard Quest talks to the University of Pretoria's Wouter van Hoven about how drones may be used to save rhinos.