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Latest References 
Anonymous, 2014. Population Viability Analysis for the Greater One-Horned Rhino in India. CBSG Update December 2014: 2
Muntifering, J. et al., 2015. The Rhino Rangers Incentive Programme, Namibia. In: Roe, D (ed) 2015 Conservation, crime and communities: case studies of efforts to engage local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade. IIED: pp. 26-28
Horowitz, I.H. et al., 2015. Conjunctival habronemiasis in a square-lipped rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Veterinary Ophthalmology 2015: 1-6 (DOI:10.1111/vop.12269)
Karlstam, E. et al., 2015. Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in captive white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum simum). Journal of Comparative Pathology 152 (1): 54
Anonymous, 2015. Rhino Protection Force for one-horned rhinoceros in Kaziranga. Press release 30 January 2015: 1-3
Latest Forum Contributions 
Rhino Produce Do and Do Not by BRhinoKpr
Is there a list somewhere or can somebody give advice as to which produce items should not be fed to black rhinos? In my experience it is suggested to not feed: Citrus Parsnips Broccoli Raisins....Any other poor choices?...
Newsletter Dates by Kees
For the past eight year, we have sent out a quarterly newsletter with the latest rhino references of the past quarter in February, May, August and November. For internal reasons we are changing the sequence to have newsletters issued...
Black Rhino's Swim Ability by Nosey Rhino
What is the swim ability of Black Rhinos? If Black Rhinos can generally swim, do they swim well, or barely? And if "barely" then would individuals with larger horns have a harder time to the point of NOT being able to...
White Rhinos Swim-Ability by Nosey Rhino
I can't find a reputable article reporting on this, but my layman's research is pointing towards the White Rhino as possibly the only land mammal that cannot swim besides Giraffe (not sure) and Apes. If true, what are the...
Sumatran Rhino 'Breeding Cen... by Tom
Hopefully the 'IVF techniques' that BORA are attempting together with the world renowned team from Leibniz will result in success. However, the two females currently held by BORA have sever reproduction tract tumours and...
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