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Latest References 
Pilgrim, M. et al., 2014. EAZA Best Practice Guidelines: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis). Amsterdam, EAZA, pp. 1-85
Hendrie, D., 2014. On the Vietnamese frontline. Zooquaria (EAZA) no. 86: 26-27
Boeyens, J.C.A. et al., 2014. The cultural and symbolic significance of the African rhinoceros: a review of the traditional beliefs, perceptions and practices of agropastoralist societies in southern Africa. Southern African Humanities 26: 21-55
Antoine, P.O., 2014. There were giants upon the earth in those days. Review of Prothero, Rhinoceros giants. Palaeovertebrata 38 (1): 1-3
Heissig, K., 1996. The stratigraphic range of fossil rhinoceroses in the Late Neogene of Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean. In Bernor R.L. et al. (eds): The evolution of Western Eurasian Neogene Mammal faunas. Columbia University Press. New York: 339-347
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Menopause in Black Rhinos by Kafaru
rhino can calves in their late 30's and even early 40's. I think their teeth may wear out before their ovaries run out of eggs - loss of physical condition is usually a main reason for declining fertility in older rhino, not...
Australian Rhinoceros Project by Kees
The Australian Rhino Project now has a website full of information. It says: Founded by Ray Dearlove, the ultimate goal of The Australian Rhinoceros Project is to ensure the survival of these majestic species by making a significant...
Could this idea work or help ??? by alwaysthinking
Hello all im always thinking and a inventor from the uk I have a keen interest in wildlife and the great outdoors. I have been working on some anti poaching ideas/devices for use here in the uk mainly for our native species But...
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