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Schmalhausen, J., 1877. Vorlaufiger bericht uber die resultate mikroskopischer untersuchungen des Futterreste eines Sibirischen den Rhinoceros antiquitatis seu tichorhinus. Melanges Biologiques tires du Bulletin de L'Academie Imperiale des Sciences, St Petersbourg 9: 661-666
Davydov, S. et al., 2014. High latitude steppe vegetation and the mineral nutrition of herbivores of the mammoth steppe. Scientific Annals, School of Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki special volume 102: 45-46
Rookmaaker, L.C., 2014. The birth of the first Sumatran Rhinoceros Dicerorhinus sumatrensis (Fischer, 1814) London Docks 1872. Zoologische Garten 83 (1/3): 1-16
Fischer v. Waldheim, G., 1837. Fossiles Rhinoceros (tichorhinus). In: Oryctographie du Gouvernement de Moscou, la Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou, Moscou: 114-115, 2 plates
Fischer v. Waldheim, G., 1836. Sur le Gryphus antiquitatis des naturalistes Allemands. Recherches sur les ossemens fossiles de la Russie 1. Academie Imperiale Medico-Chirurgicale, Moscou: 1-19, 1 plate (5 figures)
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