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Pearthree, P., 2010. Bowling for rhinos recipe for success and honorary trip winner announced. Animal Keeper's Forum 37 (3): 108-109

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Bayrackci, R., 2008. BFR winners see rhino conservation close-up at Indonesian National Parks. Animal Keeper's Forum 35 (9): 349-351, 8 plates

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Fildes, L., 2014. Shooting safari in Sydney. Arts Zine (Sydney) May 2014: 50-59

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Mishra, K., 2016. Mesolithic cultural phase in Middle Ganga Plain and adjoining regions of North-Central India. Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology 4: 459-471

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Haas, T.C.; Ferreira, S.M., 2017. Can we save rhinos from extinction?. Environmental Science Journal for Teens January 2017: 1-4

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Hayward, M.W. ; Ripple, W.J.; Kerley, G.I.H.; Landman, M.; Plotz, R.D.; Garnett, S.T., 2017. Neocolonial conservation: is moving rhinos to Australia conservation or genetic theft?. Conservation Letters 2017: 1-17

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Miller, M.A.; Buss, P.E.; Helden, P.D. van; Parsons, S.D.C., 2017. Mycobacterium bovis in a free-ranging black rhinoceros, Kruger National Park, South Africa, 2016. Emerging Infectious Diseases 23 (3): 557-558

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Shaffstall, W., 2000. An overview of training staff and rhinoceros for ultrasonography procedures. Animal Keeper's Forum 27 (9): 396-401, 3 figures

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Gajurel, D., 2000. Rhinos recover in Nepal's National Parks. Animal Keeper's Forum 27 (8): 365-366, 1 figure

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Anonymous, 2002. A very special delivery: rhino birth at Cincinnati Zoo first in 112 years. National Geographic Magazine July 2002: 35

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Philips, L., 2017. Rhino poaching: meet its human victims (interview with Dave Cooper). Farmer's Weekly (South Africa) 3 February 2017: 32-34

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Philips, L., 2017. Rhino poaching: meet its human victims (interview with Dave Cooper). Farmer's Weekly (South Africa) 3 February 2017: 32-34

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Bhattacharya, B.K., 2017. India’s Manas National Park illustrates the human dimension of rhino conservation. www.mongabay.com (Mongabay Series: Asian Rhinos), pp. 1-10

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Singh, R.R.; Saini, N.K.; Goyal, S.P., 2017. Scanning electron microscopy: a potential forensic tool to identify a piece of rhinoceros horn. International Journal of Scientific Reports 3 (2): 33-38

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Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, 2001. Cincinnati Zoo anxiously awaits birth of Sumatran rhino. Animal Keeper's Forum 28 (8): 313-316, 1 plate

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Tiwari, B.N., 2003. A Late Eocene Juxia (Perissodactyla, Hyracodontidae) from Liyan molasse, Eastern Ladakh, India. Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India 48: 103-113, 4 figs

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Viseras, C.; Soria, J.M.; Durán, J.J.; Pla, S.; Garrido, G.; García-García, F.; Arribas, A., 2006. A large-mammal site in a meandering fluvial context (Fonelas P-1, Late Pliocene, Guadix Basin, Spain) – Sedimentological keys for its paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 242: 139-168, 10 figs, 3 tabs

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Shpansky, A.V.; Svyatko, S.V.; Reimer, P.J.; Titov, S.V., 2016. Records of Bison priscus Bojanus (Artiodactyla, Bovidae) skeletons in Western Siberia. Russian Journal of Theriology, Moskva; 15 (2): 100-120, 11 figs, 9 tabs

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Chernova, O.F.; Protopopov, A.V.; Perfilova, T.V.; Kirillova, I.V.; Boeskorov, G.G., 2016. Hair microstructure of the first time found calf of woolly rhinoceros Coelodonta antiquitatis. Doklady Biological Sciences 471 (1): 291-295

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Kirillova, I.V.; Chernova, O.F.; Kukarskikh, V.V.; Shidlovskiy, F.K.; Zanina, O.G., 2016. The first finding of a rhinoceros of the Genus Stephanorhinus in Arctic Asia. Doklady Biological Sciences 471 (1): 300–303

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Dicks, K.L.; Webster, L.M.I.; McDowall, I.; Muya, S.M.; Hopper, J.; O’Donoghue, P., 2017. Validation studies on dinucleotide STRs for forensic identification of black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis. FSI Genetics 26: e25–e27

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VanDiver, W.A., 2017. Saving the Sumatran rhino requires changing the status quo. www.mongabay.com January 2017: 1-4

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Marneweck, C.; Juergens, A.; Shrader, A.M., 2017. Dung odours signal sex, age, territorial and oestrous state in white rhinos. Proccedings of the Royal Society - series B 284, 1-9
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Hedgecock, J., 2016. Are rhinos too valuable to save? Walnut Creek Biologist to share safari findings with Mount Diablo Audubon Society. Diablo Gazette May 2016: 18-19

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Anzidei, A.P.; Bulgarelli G.M.; Cerilli, E.; Milli, S.; Palombo, M.R.; Santucci, E., 2011. La Polledrara di Cecanibbio nel contesto stratigrafico del Pleistocene del Bacino Romano (in Milli S., Palombo M.R. & Anzidei A.P., eds: I Depositi Pleistocenici di Ponte Galeria e la Polledrara di Cecanibbio) Il Quaternario Italiano-Conoscenze e Prospettive, Congresso INQUA Roma 2001: pp. 28-33, 3 figs

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Moigne, A.-M.; Palombo, M.-R.; Belda, V.; Heriech-Briki, D.; Kacimi, S.; Lacombat, F.; Lumley, M.-A. de ; Moutoussamy, J. ; Rivals, F.; Quilès, J.; Testu, A., 2006. Les faunes de grands mammifères de la Caune de l’Arago (Tautavel) dans le cadre biochronologique des faunes du Pléistocène moyen italien – An interpretation of a large mammal fauna from la Caune de l’Arago (France) in comparison to a Middle Pleistocene biochronological frame from Italy. L’Anthropologie, Paris; 110: 788-831, 20 figs, 2 tabs

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Borneo Rhino Sanctuary (BRS) Programme, 2016. Annual report (no.25): covering the period January-December 2016. Kota Kinabalu, Borneo Rhino Alliance, pp. 1-9

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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., 2017. Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) from the late early Pleistocene deposits of the Denizli Basin (Anatolia, Turkey). Geobios 50 (1): 65-73

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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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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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Rookmaaker, L.C., 2016. The correct name of the south-central black rhinoceros is Diceros bicornis keitloa (A.Smith, 1836). African Zoology 51 (2): 117-119

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Anderson, N., 2016. Zimbabwe: baby step's forward. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 8

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Johnston, K., 2016. Rhino orphanages: to fund or not to fund?. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 10-11

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Gibson, J., 2016. Swaziland: caring for orphans in Swaziland's Big Game Parks. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 12

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Dean, C., 2016. South Africa: dealing with drought conditions in uMkhuze Game reserve. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 13

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Swart, D., 2016. South Africa: on extended camping patrol in Hluhluwe. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 14

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Swart, D., 2016. South Africa: off to a flying start. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 15

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Rooyen, M.van, 2016. Namibia: one voice to save our rhinos as SRT revises strategic plan. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 16-17

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Lewis, C., 2016. Zambia: Lolesha Luangwa's education centre is fully open for business. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 18

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Johnston, K., 2016. Zimbabwe: helping Zimbabwe's rhinos & humans live side by side. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 20-21

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Dean, C., 2016. Grants: where the money went. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 22

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Offord-Woolley, S., 2016. Viet nam: going undercover and meeting TCM practitioners in Viet Nam. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 24-25

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Offord-Woolley, S., 2016. Behaviour change in Hong Kong. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 26-27

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Fitzjohn, L., 2016. Tanzania: human-proof fences and hearts and minds in Mkomazi National Park. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2016: 30-31

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