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RE BONE RE BORN / Looking back on the situation of African poaching

RE BONE RE BORN
RE BONE RE BORN

Every year, animals are dying with poaching tusks and rhinoceros horns. We don’t know whether they’re the wreckage of poached or dead animals. By collecting these bones, we’ve constructed a new device. People have learned that compared to the living animals seen from the bones, let people know that those ivory and rhinoceros horns don’t have any value if they don’t stay in animals. We try to let visitors realize that it is important to conserve wild animals. What’s more, we let park rangers, as monitoring stations, strengthen the inspection of the surrounding environment through the geographical advantages of the hills.

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Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung City, Taiwan

JIA-ZENG LIN,
Chaoyang University Of Technology

YUN-FENG CHEN,
Chaoyang University Of Technology

YAN-CHENG WANG,
Chaoyang University Of Technology