Why are black rhinos endangered?

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The black rhino is in danger of extinction due to factors such as: poaching, habitat encroachment and human-wildlife conflicts. The black rhino is native to the savannah regions in Africa. The total population of black rhino's in the wild is approximately 18,000.
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Black rhinos are endangered because there is a market for their horns. The horns are ground up and sold for medicinal purposes, and they sell for $7,500-$10,000 per pound. The wild population of black rhinos is believed to number less than 2,400 animals.
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