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But the tables may be turning as game rangers and conservancy owners hit back targeting the very source of the problem – the end user of the illegally acquired rhino horn, in a move that is both ethically and legally questionable. Just a few weeks after South African rhino owners started poisoning the horns in a move to deter poaching, the results are beginning to show. An alleged rhino horn customer in Thailand died last month after he purchased purposely contaminated rhino horn on the open market in Bangkok.