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The very last male northern white rhinoceros died in Kenya last year, so now conservationists are trying to use the financial markets to save other species of rhinoceros. Stacey Vanek Smith and Cardiff Garcia of the Indicator podcast from Planet Money have the story.

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Wearing a blanket - and, Noel, there you are wearing a shawl. And why are we doing this?

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Because it's freezing in here.

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What does surfing have in common with finance? Stumped you, didn't I? Well, both can bring you a reward. There's the rush of successfully surfing a big wave and the rush of successfully investing in a stock. Both also, of course, have an element of risk.

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