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Haibing Wang; Bin Bai; Jin Meng; Yuanqing Wang, 2016. Earliest known unequivocal rhinocerotoid sheds new light on the origin of Giant Rhinos and phylogeny of early rhinocerotoids. Scientific Reports 6:39607 | DOI: 10.1038/srep39607: 1-9

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Coimbra, J.P.; Manger, P.R., 2017. Retinal ganglion cell topography and spatial resolving power in the white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Journal of Comparative Neurology 2017: 1-16

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Dubey, A.; Bawri, M., 2016. Comparative genomics study of Rhinoceros unicornis and Diceros bicornis via bioinformatics approaches: statistical & functional. In: Singh, R. and Sayyed, R.Z., Advances in bio and medico sciences. New Delhi, pp. 76-81

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Pandolfi, L.; Erten, H., 2016. Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from the late early Pleistocene deposits of the Denizli Basin (Anatolia, Turkey). Geobios 2016, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geobios.2016.10.002: 1-24

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Fang, F.; Nguyen, T.H.; Pickles, R.; Lam, W.Y.; Clements, G.R.; An, B.; Singh, A.; Schwedock, B.C.; Tambe, M.; Lemieux, A., 2016. PAWS – A deployed game-theoretic application to combat poaching. semanticscholar.org 2016: 1-10

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Ballatore, M.; Breda, M., 2016. Stephanorhinus elatus (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia): proposal for the conservation of the earlier specific name and designation of a lectotype. Geodiversitas 38 (4): 579-594

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Ballatore, M., 2016. Palaeoecological investigations on plio-pleistocene European rhinoceroses (genus Stephanorhinus): poweder X-Ray diffraction, carbon isotope geochemistry, tooth wear analyses and biometry. Plinius 42: 16-19

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Croizet, J.B.; Aine, J., 1828. Recherches sur les ossemens fossiles du Departement du Puy-de-Dome. Paris: Libraires, pp. 1-224

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Hashemi, N.; Ashouri, A.; Aliabadian, M.; Gharaie, M.H.M.; Sánchez Marco, A.; Louys, J., 2016. First report of Quaternary mammals from the Qalehjough area, Lut Desert, Eastern Iran. Palaeontologia Electronica 19.3.44A: 1-12

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Bengis, R.; Govender, D.; Lane, E.; Myburgh, J.; Oberholster, P.; Buss, P., 2016. Eco-epidemiological and pathological features of wildlife mortality events related to cyanobacterial bio-intoxication in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 87 (1), a1391: 1-9

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Starr, M., 2016. Can tech save the rhino?. Cnet Magazine Winter 2016 November 27, 2016: https://www.cnet.com/news/rhinos-endangered-poaching-synthetic-horn-tech/

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Billia, E.M.E.; Zervanová, J., 2015. Stephanorhinus kirchbergensis (Jäger, 1839) (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from Vernasso (Udine, NE Italy) and other localities in adjacent areas with reports on Oligo-Mio-Pliocene rhinoceroses – An essai de synthčse. Gortania–Geologia, Paleontologia, Paletnologia (Atti del Museo Friulano di Storia Naturale di Udine), Udine; 37: 43-63, 12 figs, 1 tab
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Nuwer, R., 2016. A tipping point for slaughter. Newsweek 167 (20) Dec 2, 2016: 50-53, 2 plates

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Anonymous, 2017. Only five rhino horns fake - Assam verification panel finds most genuine in treasury. Telegraph India 2 January 2017: https://www.telegraphindia.com/1161230/jsp/northeast/story_127578.jsp#.WG9ykpUiw5s

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Wang, Bian, 2016. Reconstructing the paleoecology and biogeography of rhinoceroses (Mammalia: Rhinocerotidae) in the Great Plains of North America, leading up to their extinction in the Early Pliocene. M.S. Thesis, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA

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