Singapore authorities have made their biggest ever seizure of rhino horn with a $830 000 (almost R15 million) haul confiscated from a smuggler arriving from South Africa, officials said Wednesday. The city-state’s National Parks Board said 20 pieces of horn weighing a total of 34 kilograms were discovered Tuesday in two bags at Singapore Changi Airport. Meanwhile the AFP News agency reports that genetic testing is being carried out on the seized horns to identify the species, after which they will be destroyed to prevent them from re-entering the market.