Horns of a Dilemma

BY JOHN NASH The cerebral world of academia has given gas-and-air birth to another classical study for the world’s edification and delight, published a couple of months ago in People and Nature and in Popular Science.  Four eminent researchers have postulated that rhino horns are becoming smaller and conclude that selective human hunting might be to blame, saying, “we found evidence of declining horn size … Continue reading Horns of a Dilemma