Wildlife Vet Online Live 26

Date and Time: Tuesday, 2nd April 2024 at 5pm UTC

Topic: Rhino Medicine: Saving the Survivors

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11 responses to “Wildlife Vet Online Live 26”

  1. Tanya says:

    How would you compare rhino poaching to pangolin trafficking?

  2. TEP Pre Vet Team says:

    What is the most dangerous of Rhino procedures and why?

  3. Valentina says:

    Why is poaching in one province so much worse than others?

  4. Connor says:

    Does everyone work together in your area to help the problem?

  5. Tim says:

    Other than dehornings, what other deterrents are there?

  6. William says:

    Do you have to do every procedure in-field? Presumably rhinos are just to big to do bigger procedures in your practice?

  7. Cliff says:

    Are poachers the only threat these days?

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Is it just a matter of increasing doses of medicine based on size or are rhinos not able to cope with some of the same medicines as elephants for example?

  9. Alasdair says:

    How much does rhino horn get sold for?

  10. David says:

    Has there been any Asian and African species cross breeding? In international zoos for example.

  11. Amy says:

    How can everyday people help?

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