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Wilson, Oscar E.; Pashkevich, M.D.; Rookmaaker, K.; Turner, E.C., 2024. Response to ‘Risky conclusions regarding shrinking rhino horns’: Clarification on a statistically determined reduction of relative horn length in five species of rhinoceros since 1885. People and Nature 6 (3): 1019-1022 - DOI: 10.1002/pan3.10584

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Ferreira, S.; t Sas Rolfes, M.; Balfour, D.; Barichievy, C.; Chege, G.; Dean, C.; Doak, N.; Dublin, H.T.; Du Toit, R.; Mosweu, K.; and 13 others, 2024. Risky conclusions regarding shrinking rhino horns. People and Nature 2024: 1-4 - DOI: 10.1002/pan3.10552

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Dutta, D.K., 2023. Charting a sustainable future for the Greater One-horned Rhinoceros: “The imperative of integrated monitoring”. Biolink (Aaranyak) 3 (2): 5-6

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Bora, B.S., 2023. Rhino is back in Laokhowa and Burhachapori WLS. Biolink (Aaranyak) 3 (2): 1

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Douwe Mout, 1754. Exhibition of a rhinoceros [Clara] in Lüneburg and Rostock, 1754. Curieuser Extract derer Neuesten Zeitungen No. 47, Friday 13 June 1754: 6-8

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Douwe Mout, 1754. Exhibition of a rhinoceros [Clara] in Lüneburg and Rostock, 1754. Curieuser Extract derer Neuesten Zeitungen No. 46, Monday 10 June 1754: 6-8

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Chaudhari, N.S.; Singh, R.K.; Nala, R.R.; Patel, R.K., 2022. Management of punctured wound in a Greater one-horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Intas Polivet 23 (1): 240-242

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Nardelli, F., 2023. Ecomorphological patterns linking fossil Coelodonta antiquitatis and extant Ceratotherium simum: a review (Perissodactyla: Rhinocerotidae). Lynx n.s. (Praha) 54: 95-120 doi:10.37520/lynx2023.007

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Mamba, H.S.; Randhir, T.O., 2024. Exploring temperature and precipitation changes under future climate scenarios for black and white rhinoceros populations in Southern Africa. Biodiversity 25 (1) : 52-64, doi.org/10.1080/14888386.2023.2291133

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Shaw, J., 2023. Coming full circle. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2023: 1-5, 8-9, 38-40

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Save the Rhino International, 2023. Rhino numbers: what we see in 2023. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2023: 6-7

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Gaymer, J., 2023. Kenya: Laikipia rhino-range expansion. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2023: 10-11

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Lucock, S., 2023. London Marathon: The rhinos are back in town. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2023: 12-13

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Voorspuy, I., 2023. Kenya: Rainfall and resilient landscapes. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2023: 14-15

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Gachagua, S., 2023. Kenya: Empowering people to engage in conservation. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2023: 16

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