LifeX, This National Park In India Shoots Poachers To Protect Rhinos. Is This Okay? by Natalia Kollmann The Kaziranga National Park in North-eastern India takes Rhino conservation efforts incredibly seriously, but to do so they shoot poachers. Last year they killed 50. Is This Inhumane? At around $6,000 per 100g, Rhino horn is more expensive than gold. It can fetch high prices in Vietnam and China where it is sold as a miracle cure for everything from cancer to erectile dysfunction (Photo: Derek Keats / Flickr) Indianational parkpoacherpoachingrhinowildlife Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.