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File AvailableMartin, E.B. 1992 Ivory, rhino horn and other wildlife trade in the United Arab Emirates. Swara 15 (4): 24-26, figs. 1-6
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Whybrow, P.J. 1987 Miocene geology and palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia. Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (Geology), London; 41 (4): 365-457, numerous figs/photographs.
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File AvailableGentry, A.W. 1987 Rhinoceroses from the Miocene of Saudia Arabia (in: Whybrow P.J., ed: Miocene Geology and Palaeontology of Ad Dabtiyah, Saudi Arabia). Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (Geology) 41 (4): 409-432, 45 figs, 3 tabs.
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“Summary”, with “Table of vertebrate fauna” (by P.J. Whybrow, pp. 367-369) and “Miocene stratigraphy, geology and flora (Algae) of eastern Saudi Arabia and the Ad Dabtiyah vertebrate locality” (by P.J. Whybrow, H.A. McClure & G.F. Elliott, pp. 371-382) have also been added here.
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File AvailableAllen, C.H. 1981 The Indian merchant community of Masqat. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 44 (1): 39-53
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African Rhino Species
Sindi Bhattia trade in Musqat was dependent on selling the exports of Thattha [?in India] either for cash or in exchange for the African and Arabian gulf products available in the ports, goods which included dates, rhinoceros horn, coffee, ivory and African slaves.
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