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Last Stand: Environmental group dehorns to save rhinos

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In South Africa, a spike in rhino poaching is threatening the species’ survival. Trevor Jordan and his son Patrick live in Hoedspruit, South Africa. When poachers claimed 25 of the town's rhinos last year, the Jordans sounded a clarion call throughout the community. They recruited a team of rhino owners and concerned residents searching for a solution. They call themselves Rhino Revolution.  Rock Center’s Harry Smith reports.