This undated handout photo issued Saturday Aug. 27, 2011 by the Natural History Museum shows the Natural History Museum at Tring, England where rhino horn thieves staging a museum break-in were foiled... more 
This undated handout photo issued Saturday Aug. 27, 2011 by the Natural History Museum shows the Natural History Museum at Tring, England where rhino horn thieves staging a museum break-in were foiled by staff who had replaced the 240,000 pounds ($391,000) rare specimens with replicas. The thieves were seeking valuable rhino horns that can be sold in illicit markets for their purported aphrodisiac and medicinal use, but they left with worthless replicas instead. Officials at the Natural History Museum at Tring had replaced the real horns with replicas because of a recent surge in rhino horn thefts at museums, galleries and auction houses throughout Britain and continental Europe. (AP Photo/Natural History Museum/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT less 
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Sat, Aug 27, 2011 12:28 PM EDT