File AvailableZecchini, A. 1999 Le rhinoceros noir au Cameroun doit survivre. Courrier de la Nature 179: 34-39, figs. 1-4, map 1
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Black Rhino
500
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File AvailableZecchini, A. 1999 Le rhinoceros noir au Cameroun doit survivre. Courrier de la Nature 179: 34-39, figs. 1-4, map 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
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Black Rhino
extinct
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File AvailableMartin, E.B.; Hillman Smith, K. 1999 Entrepots for rhino horn in Khartoum and Cairo threaten Garamba's white rhino population. Pachyderm 27: 76-85, figs. 1-2, photo 1-8, table 1
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White Rhino
There were doubts whether any remained in the CAR and numbers in Sudan were estimated in the low tens (Hillman and Smith, unpubl.; Hillman Smith et al., 1986).
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File AvailableZecchini, A. 1999 Le rhinoceros noir au Cameroun doit survivre. Courrier de la Nature 179: 34-39, figs. 1-4, map 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
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Black Rhino
190
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File AvailableZecchini, A. 1999 Le rhinoceros noir au Cameroun doit survivre. Courrier de la Nature 179: 34-39, figs. 1-4, map 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
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Black Rhino
100
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File AvailableMartin, E.B.; Hillman Smith, K. 1999 Entrepots for rhino horn in Khartoum and Cairo threaten Garamba's white rhino population. Pachyderm 27: 76-85, figs. 1-2, photo 1-8, table 1
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African Rhino Species
A veterinarian, Richard Kock, who was working in this part of CAR in March and April 1999, reports that large numbers of well-armed hunting gangs of about six men each with camels, horses and don- keys are still entering CAR Most of them are Baggaras from northern Sudan who are traditionally aggr...
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File AvailableMartin, E.B.; Hillman Smith, K. 1999 Entrepots for rhino horn in Khartoum and Cairo threaten Garamba's white rhino population. Pachyderm 27: 76-85, figs. 1-2, photo 1-8, table 1
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White Rhino
Nine years later, the population in Garamba had doubled, the zoo animals had dropped to nine, they were extinct in Uganda and C.A.R.
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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 - Central African Republic
Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
The evolution of the numbers of Diceros bicornis longipes in Central and West Africa does not follow the curve for the entire species. An intense period of destruction at the start of the 20th century wiped out the subspecies in West Africa, and brought it to the brink of extinction in Central A...
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File AvailableCornet, J.P. 1995 Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) de la Republique Centrafricaine. 4. Inventaire et repartition. Acarologia 36 (3): 203-212
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Diseases - Parasites
Black Rhino
No details available yet
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File AvailableCornet, J.P. 1995 Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) de la Republique Centrafricaine. 4. Inventaire et repartition. Acarologia 36 (3): 203-212
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Subject:
Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Diseases - Parasites
Black Rhino
Amblyomma rhinocerotis (De Geer, 1778) was only found once in 1981, in the Parc de Saint Floris at Gordil [9.32 N, 21.50 E] on a body of Diceros bicornis.
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File AvailableCornet, J.P. 1995 Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) de la Republique Centrafricaine. 4. Inventaire et repartition. Acarologia 36 (3): 203-212
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Diseases - Parasites
Black Rhino
Hyalomma marginatum rufipes Koch, 1844
It was only found in adult male stage on cattle in Bangui and on rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) in parc Saint Floris (Gordil).
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File AvailableCornet, J.P. 1995 Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) de la Republique Centrafricaine. 4. Inventaire et repartition. Acarologia 36 (3): 203-212
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Subject:
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution
Black Rhino
Amblyomma rhinocerotis (De Geer, 1778) was only found once in 1981, in the Parc de Saint Floris at Gordil [9.32 N, 21.50 E] on a body of Diceros bicornis.
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1994 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 18: 16-18, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
extinct?
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1994 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 18: 16-18, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
extinct?
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1993 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 16: 3-6, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
extinct?
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1993 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 16: 3-6, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
extinct?
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1993 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 16: 3-6, tables 1-2
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
extinct?
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1992 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 15: 5-6, table 1
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Distribution - Status
White Rhino
Estimate 0
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File AvailableBrooks, M. 1992 Chairman's report: African Rhino Specialist Group. Pachyderm 15: 5-6, table 1
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Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
5, Reliability 4 (guess), No. Populations scattered
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 Acting chairman's report. Pachyderm 14: 2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
1
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 African rhinoceroses: challenges continue in the 1990s. Pachyderm 14: 42-45, figs. 1-4, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
10
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 Acting chairman's report. Pachyderm 14: 2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
No details available yet
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 Acting chairman's report. Pachyderm 14: 2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
20
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 African rhinoceroses: challenges continue in the 1990s. Pachyderm 14: 42-45, figs. 1-4, table 1
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
No details available yet
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 African rhinoceroses: challenges continue in the 1990s. Pachyderm 14: 42-45, figs. 1-4, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
3,000
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File AvailableGakahu, C.G. 1991 African rhinoceroses: challenges continue in the 1990s. Pachyderm 14: 42-45, figs. 1-4, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
170
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File AvailableSkinner, J.D.; Smithers, R.H.N. 1990 The mammals of the southern African subregion, new edition. Pretoria, University of Pretoria, pp. i-xxxii, 1-771
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
A small number (under 50) have been reported in Cameroun and the Central African Republic, the survival of these animals has not been confirmed.
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File AvailableLoutit, B.D. 1988 The Damaraland rhino. African Wildlife 42 (2): 66-68, figs. 1-7
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Records
White Rhino
In the Central African Republic it would appear that from a healthy population of some 3000 rhinoceros in 1980, they may become extinct there this year!
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File AvailableTraffic 1987 Black rhino population crashes. Traffic USA 7 (2/3): 27
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Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
During an aerial survey of CAR in mid-1985, no Diceros bicornis were located in an area that once had a high rhino density. While tracks were found of an occasional animal, there are fears that the species will become extinct.
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File AvailableCumming, D. 1987 Zimbabwe and the conservation of black rhino. Zimbabwe Science News 21 (5/6): 59-62, figs. 1-3
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
unknown
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File AvailableCumming, D. 1987 Zimbabwe and the conservation of black rhino. Zimbabwe Science News 21 (5/6): 59-62, figs. 1-3
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
170
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File AvailableCumming, D. 1987 Zimbabwe and the conservation of black rhino. Zimbabwe Science News 21 (5/6): 59-62, figs. 1-3
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
3000
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
3000 Diceros bicornis
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Maps
White Rhino
Map
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Lavauden's map has for long been taken as representing the distibution of the northern white rhino, but may not be entirely accurate. Shortly before his death in 1979, M. Etienne Cannone (a French hunter who went out to Tchad at the age of eighteen and is credited with killing over a hundred bla...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
lt seems to have been Blancou (1952) who originated the story of the possible survival of the white rhino in the Central African Republic. He thought that the last survivors in Tchad and the north of the Central African Republic had been shot about 1935, but that there was a fair chance a few mi...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Gromier (1941) wrote that he saw horns of the white variety from Birao in 1931, and that a few years before 1941 he had seen several from the Vakaga region.
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Lavauden also supposed that the rhino to the northeast and east of Yalinga was the white, and in 1934 he noted a white rhino killed northwest of Zemio
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Lavauden also supposed that the rhino to the northeast and east of Yalinga was the white, and in 1934 he noted a white rhino killed northwest of Zemio.
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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White Rhino
But old stories die hard, and when I came to the Central African Republic in l974 it was still thought that the white rhino might exist the Zemongo Faunal Reserve. Jan Rugsten claims to have made two sightings of white rhino, possibly both of the same animal on the upper Ouarra River (Figure 2) ...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Malbrant (1952) records seeing horns of white rhino in the hands of merchants at Birao in l933, and three years earlier apparently saw one on the Aouk to the north of Birao (Malbrant, 1930). Gromier (1941) wrote that he saw horns of the white variety f rom Birao in 1931.
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
However, in 1927 the British Sudan border post at Dj?n?n? seized a larger number of white rhino horns alleged to have come from Tchad, which were probably the 150 which Guy Babault saw in Khartoum and which were reported as originating from Abecher (Lavauden, 1934).
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
Shortly before his death in 1979, M. Etienne Cannone (a French hunter who went out to Tchad at the age of eighteen and is credited with killing over a hundred black rhino on the Aouk River) informed M. Lefol that he had also shot about a dozen white rhino in this region, or the Doseo, Mya and Kei...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Lavauden (1932) considered that there was no doubt that small numbers of white rhino existed at that time southeast of Abecher in the region of Coz Beida; further, a museum horn of this genus comes from east of Mangueigne in Tchad. Lavauden also supposed that the rhino to the northeast and east ...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Furthermore, if the pair of horns which Denham and Clapperton brought back from the southeast of Lake Tchad in 1824 (Malbrant, 1952; Bovill, 1966) are indeed those of a white rhino from Gaulfey (latitude 12' 25'N longitude l4'50' E), then the range clearly extended even further west in this regi...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Jeannin (1951) wrote that the Goz Sassoulko National Park `in Chad' harboured 8 white rhino. Although this area was originally a part of Tchad, at independence it became part of the Central African Republic; but the `park' was de-gazetted to a reserve in 1940, and in 1960 the greate part was ent...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
the last stronghold was, until 1981, the Central African Republic. Before this date, it seems to have been distributed thinly throughout the area of the Republic east of about 19'E, between latitudes 07'W to about 10'N, in the east extending south to 06'N (Figure 3).
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Subject:
Species:
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
Shortly before his death in 1979, M. Etienne Cannone (a French hunter who went out to Tchad at the age of eighteen and is credited with killing over a hundred black rhino on the Aouk River) informed M. Lefol that he had also shot about a dozen white rhino in this region, or the Doseo, Mya and Kei...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
The former hunting inspector Andr? F?lix is alleged to have shot a white rhino between 1920-36 near Badia, which is on the Sudanese border to the east of the park which bears his name. The reason why the rhino shot by Cannone and Andr? F?lix are not on record is presumably because the animal was...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
The highest density of black rhino in those areas which were explored was in the Bamingui-Bangoran National Park (an area of 11560 km? gazetted in 1933) and in a region of 1400 km? immediately to the east. Although Corfield and Hamilton (1 971) reported finding only some old tracks in the par...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
African Rhino Species
In 1927, the French Commission Sup?rieur de la Chasse was informed that the white rhino no longer existed in French territories (but then, somewhat illogically, it was given absolute protection by a law dated 25 August 1929)
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
African Rhino Species
Probably the least-known country in Africa today, with large areas of savanna woodland still unexplored, the Central African Republic has been thought, until recent times, to harbour the two genera of African rhinoceroses: Ceratotherium simum cottoni, the northern white rhino; and Diceros bicorni...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
Subspecies Diceros bicornis. I have recently (1985) had the opportunity to measure the skulls of three adult black.rhino from Bamingui and one from the Manovo-Gounda-Saint Floris region; and found the measurements to be closer to those of the Sudan race D.b. brucii, than they are to D.b. longipe...
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File AvailableSpinage, C.A. 1986 The rhinos of the Central African Republic. Pachyderm 6: 10-13
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Taxonomy
Black Rhino
Central African Republic. I have recently (1985) had the opportunity to measure the skulls of three adult black.rhino from Bamingui and one from the Manovo-Gounda-Saint Floris region; and found the measurements to be closer to those of the Sudan race D.b. brucii, than they are to D.b. longipes. ...
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File AvailableDouglas Hamilton, I.; Froment, J.M. 1986 Aerial wildlife survey in northern Central African Republic. WWF Yearbook 1985-1986: 132-133, fig. 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution
African Rhino Species
No details available yet
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File AvailableAnonymous 1985 Poaching in the Central African Republic. Swara 8 (5): 20-21
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
Black rhino in the survey area `have been reduced to the point of extinction.' - no rhinos were sighted during the survey. Rhinos were relatively plentiful until several years ago. In 1981 the country's rhino population was estimated at 1500, including some 30 in the Manovo-Gounda-St.Floris Nat...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1985 Poaching in the Central African Republic. Swara 8 (5): 20-21
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Records
Black Rhino
Black rhino in the survey area `have been reduced to the point of extinction.' - no rhinos were sighted during the survey. Rhinos were relatively plentiful until several years ago. In 1981 the country's rhino population was estimated at 1500, including some 30 in the Manovo-Gounda-St.Floris Nat...
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File AvailableWestern, D.; Vigne, L. 1984 The status of rhinos in Africa. Pachyderm 4: 5-6, 1 map, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
170
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File AvailableWestern, D.; Vigne, L. 1984 The status of rhinos in Africa. Pachyderm 4: 5-6, 1 map, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
3,000
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File AvailableWestern, D.; Vigne, L. 1984 The status of rhinos in Africa. Pachyderm 4: 5-6, 1 map, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
1
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File AvailableWestern, D.; Vigne, L. 1984 The status of rhinos in Africa. Pachyderm 4: 5-6, 1 map, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
20
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File AvailableRuggiero, R.G. 1984 Central African republic hit by poachers. Pachyderm 4: 12-13, fig. 1
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution
African Rhino Species
No details available yet
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File AvailableAnonymous 1983 Reports confirm northern white rhino close to extinction. Newsletter of the African Elephant and Rhino Group 2: 10
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
There may still be a population, possibly even a reasonable one, in the Golongossa hunting reserve in western C.A.R., but this must be further investigated. There could especially be further hopes in C.A.R.. but none of these countries are easy places to search for or find rhinos.
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File AvailableHillman Smith, K. 1983 Der Nashornbestand in Afrika. Bongo, Berlin 7: 17-32, figs. 1-6, maps 1-2, table 1
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Subject:
Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
In 1969/70 Corfield and Hamilton were unable to confirm the existence of white rhinos in eastern C.A.R. though they have since been found in the west. They have almost certainly been lost from Tchad.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1983 Reports confirm northern white rhino close to extinction. Newsletter of the African Elephant and Rhino Group 2: 10
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
There may still be a population, possibly even a reasonable one, in the Golongossa hunting reserve in western C.A.R., but this must be further investigated.
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File AvailableHillman Smith, K. 1983 Der Nashornbestand in Afrika. Bongo, Berlin 7: 17-32, figs. 1-6, maps 1-2, table 1
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Records
White Rhino
At the start of this century, the northern white rhino probably occurred west of the Nile from the north-western corner of Uganda and north-eastern corner of Zaire, north through Sudan to just above Shambe and west roughly between 5,and 9 dgrees N to the present Central African Republic and south...
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File AvailableBoulvert, Y. 1983 Notes sur la descouverte scientifique de la Centrafrique, explorateurs meconnus de l'est centraficain, 2. Explorateurs belges dans l'Est de la Centrafrique (1891-1894). Documents ORSTOM 1983: 1-14
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution
African Rhino Species
Lieutenant Charles De La Kethulle de Ryhove travelled in Central African Republic in 1892-1893, see his paper in Bull.Soc.Royale Belge de Geographie, 1895, pp. 397-428, 513-542.
North of Bandassi, the country changed. There were ostriches, rhinos and giraffe. (Boulvert, p.5)
Bandassi is ca....
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File AvailableBarber, K.B.; Buchanan, S.A.; Galbreath, P.F. 1980 An ecological survey of the St. Floris National Park, Central African Republic. Washington, International Park Affairs Division
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution
African Rhino Species
No details available yet
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File AvailableKlingel, H. 1979 Survey of African rhinoceroses: Report [to IUCN, African Rhino Specialist Group]. Report, cyclostyled, pp. 1-9
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
Black Rhino
possibly up to 300
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File AvailableKlingel, H. 1979 Survey of African rhinoceroses: Report [to IUCN, African Rhino Specialist Group]. Report, cyclostyled, pp. 1-9
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
White rhino was exterminated in the 1930's (cf. Sydney)
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File AvailableFitter, R. 1974 Most endangered mammals: an action programme. Oryx 12 (4): 436-449, figs. 1-5, map 1
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Species:
Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
Distribution - Status
White Rhino
not more than 10
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File AvailableCurry Lindahl, K. 1972 War and the white rhinos. Oryx 11 (4): 263-267, table 1
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Distribution - Status
White Rhino
It is uncertain whether it still exists in northern Ubangui, in the Central African Republic.
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File AvailableCurry Lindahl, K. 1972 War and the white rhinos. Oryx 11 (4): 263-267, table 1
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Distribution - Records
White Rhino
It is uncertain whether it still exists in northern Ubangui, in the Central African Republic.
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File AvailableSchomber, H.W. 1966 Die Verbreitung und der Bestand des zentralafrikanischen Breitmaulnashorns, Ceratotherium simum cottoni (Lydekker, 1908). Saugetierkundliche Mitteilungen 14: 214-227, figs. 1-4, tables 1-12
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White Rhino
Map
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File AvailableSchomber, H.W. 1966 Die Verbreitung und der Bestand des zentralafrikanischen Breitmaulnashorns, Ceratotherium simum cottoni (Lydekker, 1908). Saugetierkundliche Mitteilungen 14: 214-227, figs. 1-4, tables 1-12
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White Rhino
20
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File AvailableSchomber, H.W. 1966 Die Verbreitung und der Bestand des zentralafrikanischen Breitmaulnashorns, Ceratotherium simum cottoni (Lydekker, 1908). Saugetierkundliche Mitteilungen 14: 214-227, figs. 1-4, tables 1-12
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White Rhino
Sommer (1951) says that during the time of the classic European sports hunting (ca. 1900) the white rhino lived in the east of the then French occupied territoeires of Tchad and Oubangui-Chari between Goz Beida (Tchad) and Birao and even south of that. The animals would have been exterminated by...
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File AvailableSchomber, H.W. 1963 Wild life in the Sudan, part III White and black rhinoceros and giant eland. African Wildlife 17 (1): 29-35, figs. 1-4
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White Rhino
In the Central African Republic, the Square-lipped rhino is said to be present in the Goz-Sassulko National Park.
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File AvailableSchomber, H.W. 1963 Wild life in the Sudan, part III White and black rhinoceros and giant eland. African Wildlife 17 (1): 29-35, figs. 1-4
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White Rhino
80, (Grzimek, 1958)
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File AvailableSchomber, H.W. 1963 Wild life in the Sudan, part III White and black rhinoceros and giant eland. African Wildlife 17 (1): 29-35, figs. 1-4
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Black Rhino
Certain remarks by the natives support the conjecture that a small number of Black rhino are spreading along the tributaries of the Bahr-el-Arab in the neighbouring Central African Republic and indeed this report is worthy of further close investigation.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1961 Combien reste-t-il de rhinoceros noirs en Afrique?. Terre et la Vie 1961: 159
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Black Rhino
500-1000, trend unknown
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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African Rhino Species
I do not believe that since 1934, the first year that absolute protection was accorded this species, more than 25 have been illegally killed in AEF, of which at least half were killed in the reserves themselves during the war.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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Black Rhino
The greatest numbers are located in the reserves of North-central Oubangui-Chari, i.e. Yassa, Miamere, Bamingui, Koukourou, Gribingui, where they are protected fairly effectively.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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Black Rhino
The greatest numbers are located in the reserves of North-central Oubangui-Chari, i.e. Yassa, Miamere, Bamingui, Koukourou, Gribingui, where they are protected fairly effectively. - Miamere, 8.51 N, 19.49 E
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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White Rhino
There are indications which allow one to hope that it is present (perhaps as a reintroduction from the Sudan) in the upper Kotto and upper Chinko, ie. In the basin of the Upper Ubangui between latitudes 9 and 6 degrees north. But this has not yet been confirmed, at the moment these zones are not...
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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Black Rhino
The greatest numbers are located in the reserves of North-central Oubangui-Chari, i.e. Yassa, Miamere, Bamingui, Koukourou, Gribingui, where they are protected fairly effectively.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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Africa - Western Africa - Central African Republic
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Black Rhino
The greatest numbers are located in the reserves of North-central Oubangui-Chari, i.e. Yassa, Miamere, Bamingui, Koukourou, Gribingui, where they are protected fairly effectively.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1960 Destruction and protection of the fauna of French Equatorial and of French West Africa, part II. The larger animals. African Wildlife 14 (2): 101-108, figs. 1-6
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Black Rhino
The greatest numbers are located in the reserves of North-central Oubangui-Chari, i.e. Yassa, Miamere, Bamingui, Koukourou, Gribingui, where they are protected fairly effectively.
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Behr, M.; Meissner, H.O. 1959 Keine Angst um wilde Tiere: Funf Kontinente geben ihnen Heimat. Muenchen, Bonn, Wien, BLV Verlag, pp. 1-309
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White Rhino
Unknown number in Aouk-Aoukate.
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Behr, M.; Meissner, H.O. 1959 Keine Angst um wilde Tiere: Funf Kontinente geben ihnen Heimat. Muenchen, Bonn, Wien, BLV Verlag, pp. 1-309
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White Rhino
In the free zone near Birao
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Distribution geographique des ongules d'Afrique Equatoriale Francaise en relation avec leur ecologie. Mammalia 22: 294-316
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Black Rhino
excessively rare, almost disappeared
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File AvailableBourgoin, P. 1958 Les ongules dans les territoires de l'union francaise. Mammalia 22: 371-381
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Black Rhino
excessively rare, almost disappeared
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File AvailableBourgoin, P. 1958 Les ongules dans les territoires de l'union francaise. Mammalia 22: 371-381
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Black Rhino
now over 1000 head
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Note sur le statut actuel des grands ongules en Afrique Equatoriale Francaise. Mammalia 22: 399-405
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White Rhino
Ceratotherium simum, no signs found for 20 years.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Note sur le statut actuel des grands ongules en Afrique Equatoriale Francaise. Mammalia 22: 399-405
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White Rhino
400
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Distribution geographique des ongules d'Afrique Equatoriale Francaise en relation avec leur ecologie. Mammalia 22: 294-316
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White Rhino
Ceratotherium simum, no signs found for 20 years.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Distribution geographique des ongules d'Afrique Equatoriale Francaise en relation avec leur ecologie. Mammalia 22: 294-316
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Black Rhino
The black rhino is slowly recuperating since 1933, at least in Oubangui-Chari.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Distribution geographique des ongules d'Afrique Equatoriale Francaise en relation avec leur ecologie. Mammalia 22: 294-316
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Black Rhino
It now occurs from the border with Chad to that with Sudan, especially in the Chari valley, between 7 and 11 degrees north, but it is especially common east of Gribingui up to the road Fort Archambault- Nd?l?- Les Mbr?, within the reserves around the Bamingui-Bangoran Park.
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File AvailableBourgoin, P. 1958 Les ongules dans les territoires de l'union francaise. Mammalia 22: 371-381
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White Rhino
Some reports say that there are still white rhino in the east of Oubangui. If correct, the animal must be very rare and maybe these are seasonal movements from Sudan.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1958 Note sur le statut actuel des grands ongules en Afrique Equatoriale Francaise. Mammalia 22: 399-405
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Black Rhino
They easily get stuck in the mud, as seen in the movie 'Lions d'Afrique'.
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File AvailableBlancou, L. 1954 Notes sur les mammiferes de l'Equateur Africain Francais - un rhinoceros de foret?. Mammalia 18: 358-363
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Black Rhino
Louis Lavauden made a single journey from Kenya to Cameroon in 1931 and then published his reports in 1932, reprinted in Brazzaville in 1933, and also in Terre et la Vie 1932, with a rhino distribution map. On these maps, Lavauden shows the presence of rhinoceros in the area formed by the border...
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