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File AvailableMukherjee, T.; Sharma, L.K.; Saha, G.K.; Thakur, M.; Chandra, K. 2020 Past, present and future: combining habitat suitability and future landcover simulation for long-term conservation management of Indian rhino. Scientific Reports (Nature) 10 (1): 1-10
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File AvailableBhaskar, R.; Kanaparthi, P.; Sakthivel, R. 2020 DNA barcode approaches to reveal interspecies genetic variation of Indian ungulates. Mitochondrial DNA Part B 5:1: 938-944 - DOI: 10.1080/23802359.2020.1719912
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File AvailableSharma, A. 2020 Ups and downs of an eventful decade of rhino conservation in India’s Manas National Park. WWF India website May 2019: 1-5
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Bose, S. 2020 Mega mammals in ancient India: rhinos, tigers & elephants. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, pp. i-xix, 1-361
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File AvailableBhattacharya, A. 2020 Communication types in Indian Rhinoceros (R.unicornis., Linn.). International Journal of Trend in Research and Development 7 (4): 188-194
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Indian Rhino
Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros can communicate very systematically with other rhinos in spite of being solitary in nature. Having poor eyesight they rely more on their acute sense of smell and on auditory signals. For that reason, they can emit ten types of vocalisations every one of which ha...
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File AvailableAreendran, G.; Raj, K.; Sharma, A.; Bora, P.J.; Sarmah, A.; Sahana, M.; Ranjan, K. 2020 Documenting the land use pattern in the corridor complexes of Kaziranga National Park using high resolution satellite imagery. Trees, Forests and People 2 (100039): 1-18 - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tfp.2020.100039
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Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in Assam, India, is a protected area of global prominence as it provides habitat to the largest population of the Indian Rhinoceros in the world and is also special as it has a diverse human population from different cultures surrounding the national park. Conservati...
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File AvailableDutta, D.K. 2020 100 km behind a rhino, a unique story of rhino stray for 15 days and capture thereafter. Research the wild Newsletter October 2020: 1-13
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File AvailableDutta, D.K. 2020 The lost rhino family at Manas: How we lost hundreds of hours of physical, mental effort, and natural courage. Research the wild Newsletter November 2020: 1-11
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File AvailableMedhi, S.; Saikia, M.K. 2020 The effect of day-night, age-sex and climatic factors on the activity budget of Great Indian One-horned Rhinoceros in Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology 9 (2): 221-239
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File AvailableTurvey, S.T.; Sathe, V.; Crees, J.J.; Jukar, A.M.; Chakraborty, P.; Lister, A.M. 2020 Late Quaternary megafaunal extinctions in India: How much do we know?. Quaternary Science Reviews 252 (106740): 1-14
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