The proposal is expensive and likely ineffective.
Some scientists are skeptical of a plan to flood the market with fake horns.
The African nation with the most rhinos saw another record-shattering poaching season.
China's growing disillusion with shark fins is likely to have an impact on shark populations.
It's a smart plan, but is it the panacea some have billed it to be?
What happens in a year, or five years, after thousands of pounds of horn has legitimized demand but the auction funds go away?
Nepal has become a model country for conservation and anti-poaching efforts.
As drones hit the sky in countries such as Nepal, Mozambique, and South Africa, experts are wondering: Will it matter?
The obfuscation of the law created by legal hunting is make the trade even harder to stop than any organized smuggling already is.
In the midst of all that, the US Fish and Wildlife Service recently issued its first permit in 33 years to bring a rhino trophy back into the United States.