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cooked in hot water

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In 2015, the number of poached elephants further dropped to 96.
From poached eggs let me move to political poaching, that seems to be the flavour of the season.
According to official figures, the number of rhinos killed annually in South Africa, which is home to around 75 percent of the continent's rhino population, has increased by a dismaying 9,000 percent since 2007--from 13 animals poached that year to a record 1,215 in 2014.
In Zimbabwe last year, it's reported that at least 50 rhinos were poached, an increase of more than 100% compared to the previous year.
Researchers report that a staggering 100,000 elephants were poached between 2010 and 2012, and three rhinos were poached every single day during the same period.
org/rhino_info/poaching_statistics) 1,175 rhinos were poached in the country.
Dear Nadia I once saw a chef on TV cooking a poached egg wrapped in clingfilm.
It is unlikely that evidence of every poached animal is found.
But this one comes close, and makes neat little disc-shaped poached eggs.
30 percent of WCS satellite-collared elephants are estimated to have been poached in the past year
By spreading the message about poaching, I hope you can be part of a movement that says no to poached ivory and rhino horn, and other animal parts.
In addition to musk deer bear is also one of the most poached wild animals in Bhutan.
China has demonstrated that it can stem demand and poaching - after an estimated 8 percent of the African elephant population was poached in 2011, China cracked down and poaching went down for 2012.
The slaughter of both white and black rhinos has soared in six years, as 13 rhinos were poached in 2007, while the number rose to 1,004 in 2013.
The main market for the poached skins is China, where tiger bones and leopard pelts are used in traditional medicines; live tigers can fetch up to $50,000 each on China's black market.