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Blaszkiewitz, B., 2017. Durer-Horn im Nackenbereich eines Breitmaulnashorns (Ceratotherium simum) in einer texanischen Nashornhaltung. Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 5: 136-139, figs. 1-2
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Dutta, D.K.; Sharma, A.; Mahanta, R.; Swargowari, A., 2017. Behavior of post released translocated greater one-horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) at Manas National Park, Assam, India . Pachyderm 58: 58-66
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Gyöngyi, K.; Elmeros, M., 2017. Forage choice of the reintroduced black rhino and the availability of selected browse species at Majete Wildlife Reserve, Malawi. Pachyderm 58: 40-50
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Tubbs, C.W.; Durrant, B.S.; Milnes, M.R., 2017. Reconsidering the use of soy and alfalfa in southern white rhinoceros diets. Pachyderm 58: 135-139
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Mukhlisi; Atmoko, T.; Yassir, I.; Setiawan, R.; Kusuma, A.D., 2017. Abundance and nutrient content of some food plants in Sumatran rhino habitat in the forest of Kutai Barat, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Pachyderm 58: 77-87
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Offord-Woolley, S., 2017. The Chi Initiative: A behaviour change initiative to reduce the demand for rhino horn in Viet Nam. Pachyderm 58: 144-147
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Groves, C.P., 2017. The Sumatran rhino is one-of-a-kind. Pachyderm 58: 152-153
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Patton, F., 2017. The use of ear tufts to assist in the identification of individual black rhinos. Pachyderm 58: 148-151
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Patton, F.; Mutisya, S.; Campbell, P.E., 2017. Ten-year outcomes from the introduction of black rhinos to a new area at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya. Pachyderm 58: 154-158
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Patton, F.; Genade, A., 2017. Early first white rhino calving and consequent foot problem. Pachyderm 58: 159-160
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Goss, S., 2017. (Review) Vietnam's illegal ivory trade threatens Africa's elephants by Lucy Vigne and Esmond Martin . Pachyderm 58: 169-170
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Anonymous, 2017. Oak Foundation-disrupting criminal networks, promoting existing laws and building global capacity. Pachyderm 58: 177
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Anonymous, 2017. African Fund for Endangered Wildlife-our emphasis on conservation education. Pachyderm 58: 178-179
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Child, B.; Child, I., 2017. Graham Child, and the emergence of a new paradigm of wildlife conservation. Pachyderm 58: 173-174
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Vigne, L., 2017. A tale of two African cities–Ivory trade comparisons in Khartoum/Omdurman and Addis Ababa . Pachyderm 58: 88-96
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