Free Rhino Poaching Awareness Poster: “My Horn is NOT Medicine”

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Free rhino poaching awareness poster: My Horn is NOT Medicine

My Horn is NOT Medicine poster can be downloaded from here. You can have it printed commercially at traditional US poster size (16 x 20) or print it now from your desktop printer.

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Rhishja Cota-Larson

I am the founder of Annamiticus, an educational nonprofit organization which provides news and information about wildlife crime and endangered species. I am the Editor of Rhino Horn is Not Medicine and Project Pangolin, author of the book Murder, Myths & Medicine, a writer for the environmental news blog Planetsave, the host of Behind the Schemes, and Producer for the upcoming documentary The Price. When I'm not blogging about the illegal wildlife trade, I enjoy gardening, reading, designing, and rocking out to live music.

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  1. The Greater One-horned Rhinoceros is perhaps the most enduring emblem of Nepal’s rich biological heritage. In recent years, rhino poaching has been one of the major threats for the survival of this species (Rhinoceros unicornis) despite great efforts to curb wildlife poaching and trade in Nepal. There are some factors behind this: firstly, the existing national policy is not so strong and wildlife friendly. Secondly, the wildlife criminals are getting amnesty from the government and judicial bodies.

    In Nepal, rhinoceros population was estimated at 1000 individuals until 1950 in the Chitwan valley. The rhino poaching has been fluctuating over time and had surged in 2002. This had been reflected in recent Rhino Count-2005 which has estimated rhino population size of 372 individual in CNP from 544 individual in 2000. Currently, rhino population size is estimated at 403 individuals in three Terai protected areas of Nepal.

    In order to control rhino poaching on a sustainable way, Team for Nature and Wildlife (TNW), a youth’s environmental organization has launched a campaign titled “Mission Rhino- Direct and Grassroots lobbying”. The campaign includes lobbying activities, led and run by youths at local and central level to influence the government to revise existing policies and practices.

    One of the activities of the campaign includes the advocacy to stop governmental and judicial amnesty to the wildlife criminals. Recently, the Appellate court took the decision to reduce the jail terms of the some of the notorious poachers going against the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Acts (2029). TNW, after carrying out detailed investigation into this case, has strongly advocated against the decision of the Appellate court through media, political institutions and popular mobilization of youths.
    i am working as a green activist since 2009 to ensure the number of one horned rhino especially in Nepal.please try to send response to me.