The horn of a rhinoceros could cure snakebites, hallucinations, typhoid, headaches, carbuncles, vomiting, food poisoning, and “devil possession”. 16th century Chinese pharmacist Li Shi Chen

Revenge of the Rhinoceros, graphite drawing on paper

Revenge of the Rhinoceros

All five of the world’s diverse species of rhinoceros have been brought to the edge of extinction because of human appetite for their distinctive horns.