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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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Dr. James Parsons drawings
Dr. James Parsons drawings
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Dialogus creaturarum 1481
Espine 1558

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Literature
The RRC has 19.342 references with 19.010 downloadable PDFs.
Latest References 
Jin, Chang-zhu, 1984. The Quaternary stratigraphy and mammalian fossils of Weixan, Shandong Province [In Chinese with English summary]. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 22 (1): 54-59, 1 plate
Dong, Wei et al., 1996. The evolution of Quaternary large herbivores from northeast China and its relationship with paleoclimate variation [In Chinese with English summary]. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 34 (1): 58-70
Chen Guanfeng et al., 1976. Miocene mammals from Jiulingkou, Ci Xian County, Hebei Province [In Chinese]. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 14 (1): 6-15, 4 plates
Ma Ancheng et al., 1992. On the discovery and significance of a Holocene Ailuropoda-Stegodon fauna from Jinhua, Zhejang [In Chinese with English summary]. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 30 (4): 295-312, 3 plates
Breydenbach, B. von, 1490. Peregrinatio in terram sanctam. Speier, Peter Drach, 104 leaves; folio
Latest Forum Contributions 
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...
White Rhino Temp Guidelines by kcarlson25
Hello! I am looking to update our outdoor temperature requirements for our 2.0 white rhinos. Thank you in advance!
Rhino Mud Bath by kcarlson25
Hello! I am looking for any recipes that anyone might have for mud baths/packs for rhinos. We are located in the Mid-West and our rhinos get really dry sky during the winter months when they are stuck inside. Thank you!
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