Cynical author warning.

I note, wryly, the rhinoceroses tears, from Chicago Tribune:

For the past decade, poachers have killed rhinoceroses in the wild and in protected reserves around the world at alarming rates, threatening the survival of four of the world’s five rhino species.


Perhaps no rhino death illustrates that threat more forcefully than the killing of Vince, a 4-year-old male white rhino who was slaughtered this week inside his enclosure at a zoo outside Paris. The rhino – discovered by his keeper at the Thoiry Zoological Park on Tuesday – now holds the ominous distinction of likely being the first rhino to be killed by poachers inside a zoo, experts said.

What next, twenty four seven, around the clock secret service style protection for all captive rhinoceroses? If some perverted scientists manage to un extinct the Woolly Mammoth, what price will mammoth tusk get and who will guard the game preserve in Siberia?   Film at Eleven.