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File AvailableHaezaert, J. 1959 The black rhinoceros is brought back to Rwanda. Oryx 5 (3): 96-99, figs. 1-3
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Black Rhino
But the story of the black rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis, is very different. Once common in the savannahs of Katanga, but now exterminated there, it used also to exist in the east of Ruanda, notably in what is now the Kagera National Park. So, in 1958, bearing in mind its success with the white ...
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File AvailableHaezaert, J. 1959 The black rhinoceros is brought back to Rwanda. Oryx 5 (3): 96-99, figs. 1-3
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Black Rhino
But the story of the black rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis, is very different. Once common in the savannahs of Katanga, but now exterminated there.
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File AvailableHaezaert, J. 1959 The black rhinoceros is brought back to Rwanda. Oryx 5 (3): 96-99, figs. 1-3
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Black Rhino
From Tanzania to Rwanda. The capture of a rhinoceros. Mr. de Beer directs operations at the wheel of his Dodge. On the platform behind him are his assistants. They have a very flexible rod about 3 metres long carrying the noose end of a special rope, 1 ? cm. in diameter. The other end of this...
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File AvailableHaezaert, J. 1959 The black rhinoceros is brought back to Rwanda. Oryx 5 (3): 96-99, figs. 1-3
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Black Rhino
Kagera NP, Rwanda. Their favourite food seems to consist of tender Acacia seyal and Acacia senegal. Sometimes they like to eat a branch of Euphorbia calicina or Asparagus africanus.
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File AvailableHaezaert, J. 1959 The black rhinoceros is brought back to Rwanda. Oryx 5 (3): 96-99, figs. 1-3
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Rwanda
Ecology - Food
Black Rhino
Kagera NP, Rwanda. Their favourite food seems to consist of tender Acacia seyal and Acacia senegal. Sometimes they like to eat a branch of Euphorbia calicina or Asparagus africanus.
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File AvailableHaezaert, J. 1959 The black rhinoceros is brought back to Rwanda. Oryx 5 (3): 96-99, figs. 1-3
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Translocation - Immobilization
Black Rhino
In the meantime, an American scientific mission from Florida was working hard to perfect an anaesthetic based on crystallized nicotine salicylate, but although this method had proved effective for antelopes and for deer, rendering them unconscious for about 20 minutes, it had not succeeded with a...
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File AvailableSchouteden, H. 1945 De zoogdieren van Belgisch-Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, part 2. Annales du Musee Royal du Congo Belge (C/II) 3 (2): 169-332
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Black Rhino
Gromier mentioned Diceros bicornis as formerly common in Ruanda; this is certainly no longer true in the Belgian controlled territory.
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File AvailableMaxwell, M. 1923 Camera experiences with Rhinoceros bicornis - I. Country Life 1923 June 2: 751-755
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File AvailableCobbold, R.P. 1902 On the march with Menelik's army. Wide World Magazine 9: 361-367
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