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Koch, A., 1911. About the well preserved Rhinoceros antiquitatis (Blum) remains found in an earthen pit in Galicia (In Hungarian). Termeszettudomanyi Kozlony [Natural Science Gazette] 43: 889-891, 1 plate

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Binder, C., 1846. Württembergische Münz- und Medaillen-Kunde. Stuttgart, F.H.Kohler

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Ehlbeck Menagerie, 1895. Das behaarte Nashorn. Uber Land und Meer, Deutsche Illustrirte Zeitung 75 (7): 120

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Killermann, S., 1914. Das Tierbuch des Petrus Candidus geschrieben 1460, gemalt im 16. lahrhundert (Codex Vaticanus Urb. lat. 276.) zum erstenmal behandelt. Zoologische Annalen, Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Zoologie 6: 113-221

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Kohl, H., 1976. Das Wollhaarnashorn: Ein Bewohner unserer eiszeitlichen Loesssteppen und Tundren. Apollo 46: 4-5

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Laube, G.C., 1899. Ueber bearbeitete Knochen von Rhinoceros (Coelodonta) antiquitatis Blmbch aus quartären Ablagerungen der Umgebung von Prag. Lotos, Zeitschrift fur Naturwissenschaften 47: 11-13

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Tratz, P.E., 1954. Afrikanische Tierwelt. Mitteilungen aus dem Haus der Natur Salzburg 1954: 64-66

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Zwanziger, G.A., 1874. Thiere, Pflanzen und Steine ans der Wiener Weltausstellung. III. England mit seinen Colonien - Ostindien. Carinthia 1 (64): 63-68

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Anonymous; Hubback, T., 1936. Game reserve in Malaya - commemorating the Silver Jubilee - The King's interest. The Times (London) 1936 April 14: 9

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Anonymous, 1914. Elephant sanctuaries - wild animal protection in Africa. The Times (London) 1914 May 26: 9

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Anonymous, 1914. International Conference on the Elephant (and Rhinoceros). The Times (London) 1914 May 21: 7

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Anonymous, 1908. The White rhinoceros (for) The Congo Museum. The Times (London) 1908 November 24: 4

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Anonymous, 1912. The King's Nepal animals - arrival at the zoological gardens. The Times (London) 1912 May 21: 11

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Anonymous, 1908. The Lado White rhinoceros. The Times (London) 1908 May 12: 14

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Anonymous, 1909. Studies in the zoological gardens - rhinoceroses. The Times (London) 1909 August 21: 10

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Anonymous, 2002. Woolly rhino found in Ice Age game reserve. The Times (London) 2002 October 31: 13, 1 plate

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Anonymous, 1913. Rhinoceros's skull found near Ealing. The Times (London) 1913 August 22: 7

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Anonymous, 1924. Rhinoceros skull for Museum (Elasmotherium sibiricum). The Times (London) 1924 October 27: 10

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Anonymous, 1908. Mammoth and rhinoceros remains from Galicia. The Times (London) 1908 June 19: 23

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Hilton, E.H., 1894. The tourist's guide to Lucknow. In five parts. Lucknow, London Printing Press, pp. i-iii, 1-163

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Martin, E.B., 2017. We can turn poaching around. Nomad Magazine October 2017: 41

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Lommel, A., 1960. Die Sudsee-Sammlung Lamare Picquot im Staatlichen Museum fur Volkerkunde in Munchen. Ethnologica NF 2: 105-131

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Wolf, S., 1960. Afrikanische Elfenbeinloffel des 16. Jahrhunderts im Museum fur Volkerkunde Dresden. Ethnologica NF 2: 408-432

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Blyth, E., 1863. A further note on elephants and rhinoceroses. Zoologist 21: 8518-8520

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Mangat, R., 2017. Rhinos back in Uganda. Swara, Nairobi October-December 2017: 44-47

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Ewart, K.M.; Frankham, G.J.; MacEwing, R.; Webster, L.M.I.; Ciavaglia, S.A.; Linacre, A.M.T.; Dang Tat The; Ovouthan, K.; Johnson, R.N., 2017. An internationally standardized species identification test for use on suspected seized rhinoceros horn in the illegal wildlife trade. Forensic Science International: Genetics 2018: 33-39
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Geer, A.van der; Dermitzakis, M.; Vos, J.de, 2008. Fossil folklore from India: The Siwalik Hills and the Mahabharata. Folklore 119: 71-92

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St John, L.; Dean, D. (illustrator), 2015. Operation rhino. London, Orion Children's Books, pp. 1-186

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Willis, J.; Ross, T., 2006. The really rude rhino. London, Andersen Press, pp. 1-32
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Frenz, L., 2017. Nashorner: ein Portrait. Berlin, Matthes & Seitz (Naturkunden 36), pp. 1-128
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Page, R., 1993. Ten years for the Sumatran rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 281 (7072), 1993 October: 32

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Pinchin, A., 1993. Rhinos caught on the horns of a dilemma. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 281 (7074), 1993 December: 62

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Dulverton, Lord, 1990. Which rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 272 (7029), 1990 June: 10
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Hart-Davis, D., 1986. Chitwan's rescue of the rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 266 (6956), 1986 May 22: 60-61

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Pitman, R.G., 1986. Zimbabwe's rhinos. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 266 (6958), 1986 June 5: 80

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London, A.C., 1982. Esther, the black rhino at London Zoo. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 260 (6753), 1982 June 23: 1213

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Gee, E.P., 1963. Wildlife in India. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 222 (5784), 1963 November 21: 976

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Ziegler, H.C., 1962. Two rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 220 (5722), 1962 September 13: 473

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Anonymous, 1961. A rhino mystery (in Tsavo). Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 217 (5635), 1961 January 5: 14

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Studd, E., 1961. Elephant and rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 217 (5653), 1961 May 11: 921

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Tullock, W., 1960. Two ways to catch a rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 216 (5611), 1960 July 21: 126

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Spinage, C.A., 1959. Kenya's black rhinos. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 213 (5649), 1959 May 14: 913

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Rushbrook Williams, L.F., 1957. Shikar in modern India. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 209 (5436), 1957 March 14: 378-379

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Fyzee, M.K., 1956. Shikar in India today. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 207 (5390), 1956 April 26: 723

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Allan, N., 1955. A black rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 206 (5361), 1955 October 6: 600

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Phillips, A.C., 1955. A black rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 206 (5363), 1955 August 11: 258

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Cowie, M., 1955. The fate of game in East Africa. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 206 (5370), 1955 December 8: 1101-1102

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Caldwell, K., 1952. Controlling big game. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 198 (5116), 1952 December 20: 1081-1082

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Foran, W.R., 1952. Danger from the right. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 200 (5206), 1952 October 11: 595

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Gamoos, 1951. Big game in the Sudan. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 198 (5157), 1951 November 10: 795

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Caldwell, K., 1951. A new game law for Kenya. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 198 (5141), 1951 July 21: 103

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Moore, S.J., 1960. The speed of animals. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 195 (5076), 1960 April 22: 600

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Anderson, G.H., 1946. Wild life close ups. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 188 (4882), 1946 July 20: 70-71

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Martin Duncan, F., 1922. The Prince of Wales' collection at the "zoo". Country Life 51, July 1 1922: 886-887, 10 plates

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Pigg, J.I., 1905. The hairs of mammals (incl rhinoceros horn). Country Life 17 April 29 1905: 608-609, 9 plates

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Lydekker, R., 1912. Two African trophies. Country Life 31 March 9 1912: 375, 1 plate

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Drake-Brockman, R.E., 1920. Some rare Somali mammals (Black rhinoceros). Country Life 47 May 18 1920: 636

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Renshaw, G., 1919. The Black rhinoceros. Country Life 46 December 6 1919: 778-779, 1 figure

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Roberts, F.R., 1918. Nature's camouflage-11. Country Life 44 November 9 1918: 411-413, 5 plates

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Roberts, F.R., 1918. Nature's camouflage. Country Life 44 November 2 1918: 377-379, 5 plates

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Sayers, G.F., 1944. The game policy in Africa. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 184 (4792), 1944 October 28: 446

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Harrison, G.L., 1944. The black rhinoceros. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 183 (4763), 1944 April 8: 380

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Marriot, C.F., 1939. When is a charge a charge. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 174 (4532), 1939 December 30: 1241

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Curtis, P., 1939. When is a charge a charge. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 174 (4523), 1939 September 2: 556

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Anonymous, 1939. When is a charge a charge. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 174 (4526), 1939 September 23: 699

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Chislett, R., 1938. Nature photography and its pioneers. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 171 (4437), 1938 January 8: 60-62

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Barclay, E.N., 1938. Big game trophies for the Field exhibition. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 171 (4437), 1938 January 8: 64-65

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Hill, D., 1937. Bengal rhino. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 169 (4404), 1937 May 22: 1383

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Domville-Fife, C.W., 1936. A river cruise through southern Sudan. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 168 (4380), 1936 December 5: 1481

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Berg, B., 1935. A price on his nose. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 166 (4327), 1935 November 30: 1291

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Mannlicher, 1913. Mr Faru of Kenya: an appreciation of the rhino. Field, the country gentleman's magazine 166 (4323), 1935 November 2: 1022

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Robinson, J.P.Kay, 1935. A Zambesi hunting ground. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 165 (4292), 1935 March 30: 703

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Kearton, C., 1935. Lassoing a rhinoceros: a camera and rope thrill. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 165 (4282), 1935 December 21: 118

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Berg, B., 1935. What mad pursuit (in Bengal's jungle). Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 166 (4330), 1935 December 21: 1471

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Anonymous, 1932. Ice age rhinoceros displayed in Museum (Cracow, Poland). Science News Letter 22, 27 August 1932: 129, 1 plate

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Amritaghata, 1955. The preservation of wild life in India. Journal of the United Service Institution of India 85 (360): 249-254

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Calderon, S., 1876. Enumeracion de los vertebrados fosiles de Espana . Anales de la Sociedad Española de Historia Natural 5: 429-430

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Chaudhury, P.C.Roy, 1960. Bihar District Gazetteers: Champaran. Patna, Secretariat Press

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Gonzalez Linares, A., 1876. Restos de Rhinoceros tichorhinus en la provincia de Santander. Actas de la Sociedad Española de Historia Natural 5: 23-28

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Tyndale, H.E., 1947. A creature whose only serious enemy is man: The great Indian rhinoceros photographed in its native jungle (Jaldapara, Bengal). Illustrated London News 210, 22 March 1947: 300-301, 4 plates

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Milroy, C.W., 1933. Big game's chances in Assam. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 161 (4184), 1933 March 4: 413

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K.T., 1933. Night watch in Kenya. Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 162 (4215), 1933 October 7: 921

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Jaunez, M.de, 1933. Rhino poaching (in Karangwe). Field, the country gentleman's newspaper 162 (4219), 1933 November 4: 1166

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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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