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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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Ehlbeck in Stuttgart
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Literature
The RRC has 22.046 references with 21.766 downloadable PDFs.
Latest References 
Knight, C.R., 1922. Mural paintings of prehistoric men and animals by Charles R. Knight (in the American Museum of Natural History, New York City). Scribner's Magazine 71 (3) March: 258, 279-286, 9 figures
Anonymous, 1884. A hunting tour in Nepaul. The Graphic 30 (767), 1884 August 9: 126, 128-129, 7 figures
Studdent, M.E., 1909. Held up by a rhinoceros. The Graphic 1909 January 30: 137
Johnston, H., 1901. Pictures from the Uganda Protectorate, III. The beasts. The Graphic (Supplement) 1901 October 26: 1-2
London Zoo, 1873. The late baby rhinoceros and his mother. The Graphic Saturday 11 January 1873: 41
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Pachyderm 58 by Kees
The latest issue of Pachyderm is now available to view online at . Pachyderm is a regular journal published by the IUCN/SSC Specialist Groups for African Elephant, African Rhinos and Asian Rhinos. Issue 58 for 2017 has just been...
About the website by komalsharma1122
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Ratu gives birth by kapil2001
To help her in conveying the pregnancy to term, Ratu was recommended a hormone supplement that was given orally consistently. Andalas' mom was given a similar hormone at the Cincinnati Zoo. The Sumatran rhino is genuinely...
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