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Kearton, C., 1938. Nights in the jungle. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1938 September 30: 652

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Maxwell, M., 1935. Sunlight and shade in the African 'blue': lions and rhino at home in the bush. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1935 February 15: 1

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Holder, C.F., 1929. A rhinoceros hunt. Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday 1929 April 28: 132

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Goss, C.B., 1927. The young rhinoceros learns manners. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1927 June 18: 812

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Dugmore, A.R., 1925. The scene of the Duke of York's adventure: rhino hunting in Kenya. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 106 (2678), 1925 January 10: 2

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Reed, R.C., 1922. Ladies as big-game shots. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1922 July 15: 750

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Mayer, C., 1921. Long chances in the animal dealer's game. Salt Lake Telegram Sunday 1921 October 9

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Bryden, H.A., 1917. The war in the dark continent - wild life in German East Africa. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1917 April 14: 180

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Anonymous, 1915. Rhino to the rescue. Illustrated Police News 1915 April 8: 13

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Latham, H., 1912. How Mr Hubert Latham died: killed by a wounded buffalo in the heart of Africa. Illustrated Police News 1912 September 12: 4

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Borneo Rhino Sanctuary (BRS) Programme, 2017. Captive management of Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis): Tabin Wildlife Reserve. March 2017. Kota Kinabalu, Borneo Rhino Alliance, pp. 1-20

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