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Y.D., 1933. Shooting of a proclaimed rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 161 (4189), 1933 April 8: 755

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Brocklehurst, H.C., 1933. Big game's chances in the Sudan. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 161 (4189), 1933 April 8: 740

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Anonymous, 1932. The rarest rhino (in Malaysia). Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 159 (4129), 1932 February 13: 223

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Peacock, E.H., 1932. Two of the finest animals found in Burma's forests. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 159 (4128), 1932 February 6: 185

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J.B., 1932. Elephants and rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 159 (4133), 1932 March 5: 335

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Lyell, D.D., 1932. Elephants and rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 159 (4136), 1932 March 26: 474

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Pocock, R.I., 1932. The Empire's big game on show: a great exhibition at the Natural History Museum, South Kensington. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 159 (4146), 1932 June 11: 880

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Mills, A.E., 1931. Rhinoceros horn. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 157 (4084), 1931 April 4: 476

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Anonymous, 1931. Bull rhino makes up his mind to hold up the traffic. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 158 (4117), 1931 November 21: 777

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Mwindaji, 1930. Rhinoceros horn (price in India). Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 157 (4091), 1931 May 23: 746

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Anonymous, 1930. Sound pictures of wild life. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 156 (4063), 1930 November 8: 645

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Harris, C.R., 1930. Preserving the rhinoceros (in Umfolozi). Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 156 (4068), 1930 December 13: 847

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Anonymous, 1929. Wildlife in Uganda. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 154 (4001), 1929 August 31: 309

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Abbay, H., 1929. Rhinoceros - mother and young. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 154 (3993), 1929 July 6: 26

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Kennion, R.L., 1928. The rhinoceros in Nepal. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 151 (3922), 1928 Feb 23: 333

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Anonymous, 1875. The Prince of Wales in India. The Graphic 1875 December 25: 619-620, figs. 1-2

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London Zoo, 1874. Desperate encounter with the rhinoceros at the zoo. 1874-12-05 Illustrated Police News Saturday 1874 December 5: 1

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Wombwell, 1872. Sale of Wombwell's Royal No.1 menagerie at Edinburgh. Scotsman (Edinburgh) 1872 April 10

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London Zoo, 1871. Extraordinary mishap at the zoo: rescue of the half-frozen female rhinoceros. Days' Doings (London) Saturday 21 January 1871: 8

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Jamrach, C., 1858. Arrival of an Indian monster. Morning Advertiser (London) 1858 April 10

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Anonymous, 1754. Exhibition of a rhinoceros in Manchester. Manchester Mercury 1753 August 28

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Pinchbeck, 1754. Death of rhinoceros near Nottingham. Derby Mercury 1754 March 8: 4

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Anonymous, 1754. Death of a rhinoceros. Manchester Mercury 1754 March 19

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Pidcock, G., 1790. Rhinoceros exhibited at the Lyceum, London. Public Advertiser (London) Wednesday 17 November 1790: 1

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Hyde, J., 1907. Big game hunting for boys: North America and Asia. New York, McLoughlin Brothers

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China P.R., General Administration of Customs, 2017. Harbin Customs seizes mammoth tusks, woolly rhinoceros horns and nephrite blocks. On-line source 8 March 2017 http://english.customs.gov.cn/statics/ed386b51-fae3-432d-a9c6-a0e7235e184e.html: 3 figures

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Strydom, T., 2017. Poaching in context: A critical review of the role that corruption and criminal syndicate s play in wildlife crime in South Africa, specifically in so far as it relates to the poaching of rhinoceros. Thesis presented to University of Cape Town, pp. 1-98

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Gallois, E., 1898. Une nouvelle traversee du continent noir. Monde Illustré 42 (4219), 1898 April 2: 262-263

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Li, Yong-Xiang; Zhang, Yun-Xiang; Li, Ji; Li, Zhi-Chao; Xie, Kun, 2017. New fossils of paraceratheres (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) from the early Oligocene of the Lanzhou Basin, Gansu Province, China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 56 (4, October 2017): 367-381, 4 figures

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Clark, J.L.; Dugmore, A.R., 1929. Trails of the hunted. Boston, Little, Brown & Co., pp.1-310, selected plates

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Jordan, A.K., 1927. An elephant with six tusks and a rhino with three horns. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 150 (3892), 1927 July 28: 167

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Bell, W.D.M., 1924. The white rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 144 (3750), 1924 November 6: 713

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E.M.W., 1923. The Singpho rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 142 (3702), 1923 December 6: 805

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Pocock, R.I., 1923. A colossal extinct rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 141 (3679), 1923 June 28: 988

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Vernay, A.S., 1923. An Indian big game film. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 142 (3698), 1923 November 8: 667

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Anonymous, 1922. The Prince of Wales in India. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 1922 April 8: 473

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Anonymous, 1922. The Prince of Wales in India: sport in the Nepal terai. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 1922 December 25 (Christmas issue): 27-29

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Anonymous, 1922. The Prince of Wales in India. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 1922 April 1: 449

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Anonymous, 1931. The Sudan: for the sportsman in the services. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 158 (4104), 1931 August 22: 286

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A.J.R.A., 1922. The white rhinoceros in Zululand. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 140 (3638), 1922 September 16: 404

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Bevan, J.O., 1922. East African rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 139 (3626), 1922 June 24: 879

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Banks, H.H., 1921. Mr Hubback's rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 137 (3573), 1921 June 18: 775

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Anonymous, 1875. Der Afrikareisende Eduard Mohr. Illustrirte Zeitung no.1664 (22 may 1875): 396-397, fig. 1

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Anonymous, 1881. Ein Rhinoceroskampf im Zoologischen Garten zu Berlin. Illustrirte Zeitung no.1988 (6 August 1881): 119-120, fig. 1
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Funck, H., 1873. Das Nashorn im Zoologischen Garten zu Koln. Illustrirte Zeitung no.1542 (18 January 1873): 52-54, fig. 1

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Vogel, J.W., 1690. Diarium oder Journal seiner gethanen Reise aus Teutschland nach Holland u. Ost-Indien. Worbey angefüget eine kurze und warhaffte Beschreibung der vornemsten Ost-Indianischen Königreiche u. Oerter, derselben Gewächse, Manieren, Sitten, Glauben, Kleidertrachten, Münz, Maaß, Gewihct &c., theils aus eigener Erfahrung, theils aber aus vielen mit vornehmen Gedienten in India geführten Discursen aufgezeichnet und jetzo auf etlicher guten Freunde Ansuchen zum Druck gegeben. Franckfurth und Leipzig, zu finden bey Friedrich Groschuff, pp. i-iv, 1-275

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Anonymous, 1938. The Indian rhinoceros. Field Museum News (Chicago) 9 (7): 2

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Laufer, B., 1932. The rhinoceros of China. Field Museum News (Chicago) 3 (12): 3

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Riggs, E.S., 1931. Life-size restoration of Titanotheres is placed on exhibition. Field Museum News (Chicago) 2 (7): 1

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Laufer, B., 1931. Carved rhinoceros horn from China. Field Museum News (Chicago) 2 (1): 4

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Anonymous, 1850. Bilder-ABC-Buchlein: ein Geschenk fur gute Kinder. Futerbog, A.M.Golditz

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