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Grill, B., 2015. Nelle mani del boss [Italian translation from the original German text published by Der Spiegel, Germany]. Internazionale 1100: 48-51, 2 photographs, 1 map
Petronio, C. et al., 1996. The Late Pleistocene fauna from Ingarano (Gargano, Italy) – Biochronological, palaeoecological, and geochronological implications. Bollettino Società Paleontologica Italiana, Modena; 34 (3): 333-339, 4 figs
International Rhino Keeper Association, 2015. Various notes. The Crash November 2015: 1-16
Graham, R., 1954. Rhino! Rhino! A postwar adventure to capture two rhinos for the Brookfield Zoo. Ex- C-B-I Round up [China-Burma-India] 8 (8): 10-18
Petronio, C. et al., 2013. Mammal biochronology at the end of Late Villafranchian (Early Pleistocene) – Pirro Faunal Unit. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, Palaeozoology – Stratigraphy, E. Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart; 298 (1-6): 183-191, 4 figs, 1 tab
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Oldest southern white by ejnuss
Hello I am from Audubon zoo in New orleans. We have Macite, and she will be 53 in early 2016. I know that Hodenhagen Zoo in Germany had the oldest southern white at 53 when he died but havent been able to find out how close he was to...
IRF New website by Kees
Today, we’re thrilled to share the new online headquarters of the International Rhino Foundation at Loads of good content, check it out
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...
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