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Qiu Zhanxiang; Wang Banyue, 2007. Paracerathere Fossils of China [in Chinese & English]. Palaeontologia Sinica, Beijing; NS C, 193 (29): 396 pp (1-246 in Chinese; 247-386 in English), 46 Pls, 48 figs, 58 tabs

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Rookmaaker, L.C., 2014. The birth of the first Sumatran Rhinoceros Dicerorhinus sumatrensis (Fischer, 1814) – London Docks 1872. Zoologische Garten 2014 (vol 83): http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.zoolgart.2014.07.001
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Rookmaaker, L.C.; Rhino Resource Center; Ziegler, D.; Billia, E.M.; Monson, J.; Strien, W. van; Athanassiou, A., 2014. New literature in the Rhino Resource Center. Electronic Newsletter of the Rhino Resource Center no. 36 (August): 1-17

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Mitzopoulos, M.K., 1961. Die Hipparionfauna von Tanagra bei Theben [w/ Greek abstr.]. Annales Géologiques des Pays Helléniques 12: 301-314

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Pilgrim, M.; Biddle, R., 2014. EAZA Best Practice Guidelines: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis). Amsterdam, EAZA, pp. 1-85

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Hendrie, D., 2014. On the Vietnamese frontline. Zooquaria (EAZA) no. 86: 26-27

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Boeyens, J.C.A.; Ryst, M.M. van der, 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
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Antoine, P.O., 2014. There were giants upon the earth in those days. Review of Prothero, Rhinoceros giants. Palaeovertebrata 38 (1): 1-3

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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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Kurtén, B., 1968. Pleistocene Mammals of Europe. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. London: 317 p.

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Fortelius, M.; Heissig, K.; Saraç, G.; Sen, S., 2003. Rhinocerotidae (Perissodactyla). In: Fortelius et al. (eds): Geology and Paleontology of the Miocene Sinap Formation, Turkey. Columbia University Press. New York: 282-307

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Tsoukala, E.; Chatzopoulou, K., 2005. A new Early Pleistocene (latest Villafranchian) site with mammals in Kalamotó (Mygdonia Basin, Macedonia, Greece) – preliminary report. Mitteilungen der Kommission für Quartärforschung der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 14: 213-233

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Diedrich, C.G., 2011. Pleistocene Panthera leo spelaea (Goldfuss, 1810) remains from the Balve cave (NW Germany)—a cave bear, hyena den and Middle Palaeolithic human cave—and review of the Sauerland Karst lion cave sites. Quaternaire 22 (2): 105-127

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Farina, S., 2012. Late Pleistocene mammals from «Grotta Parignana» (Monte Pisano, Italy): biochronological implications. Atti della Società Toscana di Scienze Naturali, Memorie 117-119: 27-35

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Boulbes, N.; Mayda, S.; Titov, V.V.; Alçiçek, M.C., 2014. Les grands mammifères du Villafranchien supérieur des travertins du Bassin de Denizli (Sud-Ouest Anatolie, Turquie). L’Anthropologie 118 (1): 44-73
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