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Hübschle, A., 2017. Interview with Major General Johan Jooste (Retired), South African National Parks, Head of Special Projects. SA Crime Quarterly, Institute for Security Studies, Univ. of Cape Town 60: 61-68, http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/2413-3108/2017/v0n60a2776
Macleod, E., 1950. White rhinos (kept by Hartley in Rumuruti). Field 196 (5065), 1950 February 4: 169
Abbay, B.N., 1940. The wild life of the Wirragoi Plains. Field 175 (4555), 1940 April 13: 574
Sutcliffe, A.W., 1938. Colonel Marcuswell Maxwell. Field 172 (4486), 1938 December 17: 1486
Geer, A. van der et al., 2017. High incidence of cervical ribs indicates vulnerable condition in Late Pleistocene woolly rhinoceroses. PeerJ 5:e3684; DOI 10.7717/peerj.3684: 1-21
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