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Find information on all species of rhino. In Africa, the Black Rhinoceros,
the White Rhinoceros and the Nile Rhinoceros. In Asia, the Indian Rhinoceros, the Javan Rhinoceros and the Sumatran Rhinoceros. All threatened with extinction. Also all publications on many fossil rhinos across the world. View the Galleria of Emilio Gargioni - rhinos in modern art.

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Thevet 1575
Uffenbach 1610
Fasano 2014
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Serengeti 1960
Apokajan 1931
Linschoten Asia
Pezon Chasse 1910

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The RRC has 18.615 references with 18.169 downloadable PDFs.
Latest References 
Taylor, M. et al., 2014. The viability of legalising trade in rhino horn in South Africa. Pretoria, Department of Environmental Affairs, pp. 1-108
Schwarzenberger, F. et al., 2013. Hormone monitoring: an important tool for the breeding management of wildlife species. Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift 100: 209-225
Johnson, D., 2014. Conservation corner: the land of Narayani. The Crash April 2014: 5-6
Barron, C., 2014. Southern white rhino training protocol - voluntary blood collection from inner front leg without a chute. The Crash April 2014: 4-5
Connelly, M., 2014. Rhino conditioned blood draw at the Tulsa Zoo. The Crash April 2014: 3-4
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Literature on satellite collar by Linn87
Hi! I'm doing research on black rhino with satellite collars. For some reason I cannot seem to find any literature that is specific about satellite collars. I even mailed African Wildlife Tracking that supplied the collars...
Play Behavior and territorality... by Mare86
Hi all. I'm new here, but loving this site so far. I'm a student of animal behavior at CUNY Hunter in the U.S. and am working on research of two juvenile white captive rhinos in the Bronx Zoo, that were bred in captivity at...
Rhino Mayday 2014 by Kees
SAVE THE RHINO INTERNATIONAL presents RHINO MAY DAY - LONDON 1 MAY 2014 Hosted by Save the Rhino and the Grant Museum of Zoology, Rhino Mayday is a day of talks and debate for anyone with an an interest in wildlife conservation...
Teeth by Leahnorabelle
Hello, I have read that with white rhino Premolars 2, 3 and 4 begin to erupt at three years (we usually find parts or whole teeth in pens while cleaning at this age with our calves) and are full 'in wear' by 8yrs. The first...
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