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The RRC database contains a total of 33440 Notes which are linked to 19520 References. Furthermore, 19189 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

Newest PDFs:

Duncan, N. et al., 2015
Kivata, M.W., 2014
Anonymous, 1871
Verster van Wulverhorst, A.H., 1859
Zamecnik, M., 2014
Goncalves, L.J., 2014
Dias, F.P.R., 2014
Pedro, A., 2014
Arsenault, R. et al., 2012
Johnson, D., 2013
Warren, J.D. et al., 2014
Molina, M., 2002
Stringer, A.P. et al., 2015
Aluffi, G., 2015
Fernández Rodríguez, C., 2001
Carwile, M., 2015
Sperti, L., 2005
Thuo, D.N. et al., 2015
Tuttle, J., 2015
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, 2014
Walter, H., 2003
Carmignani, K., 2015
Carmignani, K., 2015
Carmignani, K., 2015

Rhino Literature & Articles

The RRC website provides access to an extensive database of indexed and tagged references, abstracts and full texts covering every possible aspect of the knowledge of the rhinoceros. The database only contains material available in the library of the RRC. All references are verified and bibliographically correct.

This bibliography excludes (with some exceptions) the following:

  • Literature on fossil rhinoceros species
  • Items in newspapers
  • Multiple editions and reprints
    (we endeavour to list the earliest edition of each work)
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We would like to thank H. Carpentier for supplying us with references from the Carino database.

Newest References:
Duncan, N. et al., 2015. News and events; Zimbabwe update; Gruesome murder of a Perth conservationist (Greg Gibbard); A life (gate) crashed by rhinos. Newsletter of the SAVE Foundation of Australia 29 (1): 1-16
Kivata, M.W., 2014. Molecular characterization of piroplasms in the Black (Diceros bicornis michaeli) and White rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) meta-population in Kenya. M.Sc. Thesis at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, pp. 1-81
Anonymous, 1871. The rhinoceros hunt at Madras. The Times of India 12 December 1871: 3
Zamecnik, M., 2014. Can well managed consumptive and non-consumptive use of wildlife help in protecting endangered species while contributing to local economic development?. Tropentag 2014, Book of Abstracts: p. 17
Goncalves, L.J., 2014. Rinocerontes do Museu Agrícola do Ultramar. In: Rhinos are coming. Lisboa: pp. 107-112
Dias, F.P.R., 2014. A imagem do rinoceronte. In: Rhinos are coming. Lisboa: pp. 68-83
Pedro, A., 2014. Ganda, um rinoceronte em rede. In: Rhinos are coming. Lisboa: pp. 30-32
Molina, M., 2002. More notes on the Verreaux brothers. Pula (Botswana Journal of African Studies) 16 (1): 30-36
Aluffi, G., 2015. Sudan, solo maschio della sua specie, protetto con le armi 24 ore su 24. “Il Venerdì di Repubblica”, 8 maggio 2015: pp. 76-77, 2 figs.
Fernández Rodríguez, C., 2001. Environment and animal resources in the Upper Pleistocene and Early Holocene of Northwest Iberia. (in Lombera Hermida A. de & Fábregas Valcarce R., eds: To the West of Spanish Cantabria – The Palaeolithic Settlement of Galicia – Chapter 5). BAR (British Archaeological Reports) International Series, 2283, Oxford: 43-51, 4 figs
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