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File AvailableEmslie, R.H. 2000 African rhinos numbering 13,000 for first time since the mid-1980s. Pachyderm 29: 53-56, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Chad
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Black Rhino
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File AvailableEmslie, R.H. 2000 African rhinos numbering 13,000 for first time since the mid-1980s. Pachyderm 29: 53-56, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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Black Rhino
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group report. Pachyderm 29: 7-11
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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Black Rhino
The Cameroon authorities have agreed to hold talks with a high-level mission led by AfRSG, scheduled for November in Cameroon. The hope is that this will result in a conservation strategy being adopted and an implementation plan being developed that will list responsibilities and a timetable of ...
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File AvailableEmslie, R.H. 2000 African rhinos numbering 13,000 for first time since the mid-1980s. Pachyderm 29: 53-56, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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Black Rhino
The most critically endangered subspecies remains the western subspecies, Diceros bicornis longipes. While there have not been any new surveys, remaining rhinos are still restricted to a small scattered population in northern Cameroon.
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 2000 Price for rhino horn increases in Yemen. Pachyderm 28: 91-100, photos 1-6, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
Distribution - Poaching
African Rhino Species
According to Hubert Planton, who has been in Cameroon since 1987, one rhino was killed in Benoue National Park in 1996; the pair of horns weighing 5.5 kg was removed and brought to Garoua for sale.
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 2000 Price for rhino horn increases in Yemen. Pachyderm 28: 91-100, photos 1-6, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
Distribution - Poaching
Black Rhino
Some of this horn probably originates from animals killed in Cameroon. From 1990 to 1998, on average three black rhinos have disappeared each year, presumably poached, from northern Cameroon (Planton, 1999). In 1998 there were at least four pairs of black rhino horns for sale in Garoua town in ...
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 2000 African Rhino Specialist Group (AfRSG). Pachyderm 28: 4-6
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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Black Rhino
The last known remaining population of the Western African black rhino Diceros bicomis longipes continues to be the focus of attention with IUCN France, WWF and the AFRSG actively pursuing a solution with the Cameroon government. The specialist group and IUCN France are busy compiling background...
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 2000 Price for rhino horn increases in Yemen. Pachyderm 28: 91-100, photos 1-6, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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African Rhino Species
Almost all the horn in Cameroon is exported because there is little demand for it within the country. Planton was told that occasionally it is used by traditional doctors when they pray.
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File AvailableAfRSG; French IUCN-SSC; WWF 2000 Conservation strategy for Cameroon's western black rhino, Diceros bicornis longipes. Pachyderm 29: 52-53
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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African Rhino Species
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File AvailablePlanton, H. 1999 Rhinoceros noir du Nord Ouest de l'Afrique (Diceros bicornis longipes): le compte a rebours continue. Pachyderm 27: 86-100, figs. 1-6, photo 1-8, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
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Black Rhino
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