File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2011 Calcutta Zoo 1880s: evidence of a hitherto unrecorded Javan rhinoceros. International Zoo News 58 (1): 24-25
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File AvailableAnonymous 2010 New arrivals. Yearbook of the Wildlife Reserves of Singapore 2009-2010: 1-8
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File AvailableZhang Guoxian; Cao Tianhai 2010 Breeding of white rhinoceros in captivity in Hangzhou Safari Park. Chinese Journal of Wildlife 31 (5): 240-242
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File AvailablePanda, S.K.; Nath, I.; Roy, P.K.; Mishra, A.K.; Pattanaik, A.L. 2009 Uterine adenocarcinoma in an Indian one-horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Zoos' Print, Coimbatore 24 (7): 17-19, figs. 1-6
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File AvailableKawata, K. 2008 Elephants and ungulates in Japanese zoos, 2003. International Zoo News 55 (8): 452-462, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3
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All Rhino Species
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File AvailableDaily News 2008 Patna Zoo, India. International Zoo News 55 (3): 177
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableYamamoto, N.; Takeda, S. 2008 Behaviour of Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) in captivity according to relationships with their keepers [in Japanese]. Animal behaviour and management: official journal of Japanese Society of Livestock Management and Japanese Society for Applied Animal Behaviour 44 (1): 62-63
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableWerner, N.Y.; Henson, L.; Cuneah, O.; Shore, L.S. 2008 Affect of sleeping arrangements on male white rhino behavior and hormone levels at the Tisch family zoological gardens in Jerusalem (the Jerusalem zoo). EEP Research Committee Newsletter 11: 123
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White Rhino
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File AvailableRahman, A.Ziaur; Ahasan, S.A. 2006 Cerebral haemorrhage in Indian rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis) at Dhaka Zoo. Zoos Print Magazine 21 (12): 12
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableMatsuo, K.; Sumiya, G. 2005 Anoplocephala sp. from the Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) in Higashiyama Zoo, Japan [in Japanese]. Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 10 (2): 95-98
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableKawata, K. 2005 Delight for Shogun, gift from nehru: history of traveling menageries of Japan. Bandwagon November-December 2005: 44-53
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File AvailableSelvam, N.Panneer; Rawat, R.S.; Bonal, B.S. 2003 Rabies in rhino at National Zoological Park, New Delhi - a case report. Zoos Print 18 (10): 13, fig. 1
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File AvailableKoliyal, A. 2003 National studbook for the greater one horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Dehradun, Wildlife Institute of India, pp. 1-50
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableTalukdar, B.K. 2000 The current state of rhino in Assam and threats in the 21st century. Pachyderm 29: 39-47, fig. 1, photos 1-5, tables 1-6
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Indian Rhino
King Rohan Singha. Although it is commonly believed that rhinos came to Pabitora only during the 1970s, history reveals that they have been present there and in the Mayong area since 1925. According to the local people, during the tenure of King Rohan Singha, a rhino calf was brought to the pal...
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2000 The menagerie of the monastery in Theyboo, Myanmar. Back When and Then 4 (1): xiv
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Sumatran Rhino
Menagerie in gardens of a monastery in Theyboo visited by A. Thomas-Anquetil in 1859. He said that it showed rhinoceros at that time.
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Anonymous 2000 Central Zoo of Nepal. Zoos Print 15 (2): 14-15
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Indian Rhino
List of animals in Central Zoo Nepal in Nov 1999. Rhinoceros unicornis, present 1/1, total 2.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1999 Lahore zoo, Pakistan. Zoos Print 14 (9): 22-23
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White Rhino
Zoo founded in 1872, enlarged and modernised in 1988 to 24 acres. It has one female [white] rhino.
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File AvailableAli, Md. S.; Asim, A.S.; Bashamboo, S.; Anu; Mathur, T.K.; Malik, P.K.; Mathur, V.B.; Raha, A.K.; Ansari, S. 1999 Characterization of a species-specific repetitive DNA from a highly endangered wild animal, Rhinoceros unicornis, and assessment of genetic polymorphism by microsatellite associated sequence amplification (MASA). Gene 228: 33-42, fogs. 1-5, table 1
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Indian Rhino
Blood samples from six wild rhinos (four males and two females) from JWS and one (male) from the National Zoological Park (NZP) New Delhi, were obtained.
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File AvailableHosoda, T. 1999 Indian rhinoceros in Tama Zoo, Tokyo. International Zoo News 46 (4): 248
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Indian Rhino
arrived from Basel
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File AvailableThayer, S. 1998 America's second live rhinoceros. Bandwagon 1998 September-October: 30-31, fig. 1
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Indian Rhino
Andrew Davidson offered a young male and a subadult female to Marmaduke Burroughs in Calcutta for the price of 2000 rupees for the pair.
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File AvailableGrummt, W. 1998 Begegnungen mit Sumatranashornern, Dicerorhinus sumatrensis (Fischer, 1814). Milu, Berlin 9: 354-362, figs. 1-9
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Sumatran Rhino
a wild-bred female gave birth in May 1987. Both present in Sep 1997.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1998 Baby rhino brings joy to animal lovers. Zoos Print 13 (4): 45
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Indian Rhino
female was born in November 1997.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1998 Female rhino calf is zoo's pride. Zoos Print 13 (8): iii
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Indian Rhino
female born Nov. 1997
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 1997 The Royal Menagerie of the King of Oudh. Back When and Then 2 (1): 10
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Indian Rhino
History of the menagerie of King of Oudh near Lucknow. Rhinos present early 19th century. Menagerie sold in 1856.
Rookmaaker, L.C., 1997. The Royal Menagerie of the King of Oudh. Back When and Then 2 (1): 10
Oudh, Yule & Burnell (188.6) tell us, was "the province in which Ayodhya...
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File AvailableEdwards, J. 1997 History contest. Zoos Print 12 (3): 3, fig. 1
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Javan Rhino
A streoscopic photograph of a Javan rhino, probably taken early 20th century. It may have been taken in the Madras Zoo.
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 1997 A gift from Nepal to London Zoo, 1921. Journal of the Bartlett Society 8: 28-29
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Indian Rhino
Prince of Wales Edward VIII visited Nepal 13-21 Dec 1921. During a shoot in the Chitwan Np, they shot 9 rhino. On 18 Dec 1921 the Maharajah of Nepal presented a collection of animals to the prince. These animals arrived in Bombay on 10 Jan 1922 where they were temporarily housed in the Victori...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1997 Two white rhino died. International Zoo News 44 (1): 59-60
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White Rhino
Two 1/1 white rhino sent from USA to China died of exposure and dehydration in July 1996 while enroute from Shanghai to Chengdu Zoo. They should have been transported by rail, a journey of 8 hours, but instead were taken by truck along the 1650 mile route in oppressive summer heat, apparently be...
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 1997 Records of an animal collection in Poona at the end of the eighteenth century. Back When and Then 2 (1): 2, fig. 1
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Indian Rhino
Drawing by Gingaram Chintaram Tambat commisioned by Sir Charles Warre Malet, resident in Poona, India, 1786-1796. Watercolour and gouache on laid paper, 22x36 cm, showing male Rhinoceros unicornis. Inscription in Marathi by the artist and comment by Sir Malet in English: 'This drawing and wax f...
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File AvailableEndo, H.; Yamada, T.K.; Nakamuta, N.; Tanemura, K.; Kurohmaru, M.; Hayashi, Y. 1996 Testicular morphology of a Greater Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 58 (10): 937-940, figs. 1-7
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Ecology - Population
Indian Rhino
We used the left testis of a greater Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) which died of pneumonia in 16th July 1995 at Tama Zoological Park (Tokyo, Japan). The animal, weighing approximately 2,000 kg, was estimated to be about 42 years old.
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File AvailableTalukdar, S.R. 1996 Gross and histological study on the thyroid gland of a week-old rhino calf (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 73: 85-87, figs. 1-2
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Indian Rhino
7 day old calf died
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 1996 Assam State Zoo supplies rhinos to West Bengal. International Zoo News 43 (7): 513-514, fig. 1
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Indian Rhino
1995, Oct 17, 2 males to West Bengal, before which they had 13/9
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File AvailableValandikar, S.C.; Raju, R. 1996 Pulmonary tuberculosis in black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) in Mysore Zoo. Zoos Print 11 (3): 16-17
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Black Rhino
Pulmonary tb in Diceros bicornis in Mysore Zoo. Tuberculosis has been recognized as a serious disease in zoo animals (Theon and Himes, 1982). Though the disease has been nearly eradicated from domestic animals and humans in many developed countries, outbreaks of this zoontic disease continue to...
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File AvailableEndo, H.; Yamada, T.K.; Nakamuta, N.; Tanemura, K.; Kurohmaru, M.; Hayashi, Y. 1996 Testicular morphology of a Greater Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 58 (10): 937-940, figs. 1-7
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Captive - Asia
Captivity - Zoo Records
Indian Rhino
We used the left testis of a greater Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) which died of pneumonia in 16th July 1995 at Tama Zoological Park (Tokyo, Japan). The animal, weighing approximately 2,000 kg, was estimated to be about 42 years old. It has been recorded that this rhinoceros successf...
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File AvailableBosi, E.J. 1996 Mating Sumatran rhinoceros at Sepilok Rhino Breeding Centre, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Pachyderm 21: 24-27, fig. 1, table 1
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Captive - Asia
Captivity
Sumatran Rhino
Sabah Managed Breeding Centre - Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. It is advisable to have a mud wallow in the breeding enclosure. The breeding enclosure should have undulating topography for easier mating to occur. It takes about two months for one rhino to clear one hectare of jungle with low vegetat...
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File AvailableEndo, H.; Yamada, T.K.; Nakamuta, N.; Tanemura, K.; Kurohmaru, M.; Hayashi, Y. 1996 Testicular morphology of a Greater Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 58 (10): 937-940, figs. 1-7
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Captive - Asia
Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
A 42-year old male in Tokyo Tama Zoo, died, weighed approx. 2000 kg
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File AvailableValandikar, S.C.; Raju, R. 1996 Pulmonary tuberculosis in black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) in Mysore Zoo. Zoos Print 11 (3): 16-17
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Captive - Asia
Captivity - Zoo Records
Black Rhino
A female African black rhinoceros named 'Gowri', aged 13 years, born on 14-3-79 in Mysore Zoo was found ill on 23-8-92. On 10-9-92, she developed sneezing with yellowish muco-purulent discharge. The animal died on 11 -9-92 without showing any sign of improvement. Postmortem findings (see below)...
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File AvailableChakraborty, A.; Gogoi, A.R. 1995 Parasites of rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 65 (4): 421-422, fig. 1
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Captive - Asia
Diseases - Parasites
Indian Rhino
Gauhati Zoo, India - necropsies of 12 rhinos 1985-1989 - Parasites recorded Nematodes Kiluluma goodeyi (1) Chabertia sp. (1) Necator ammericans (3) Bunostomum sp. (2) Trematodes Paramphistomum sp. (1) Cestodes Anoplocephala sp. (7) Anophocephalid...
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Ear length at birth 17 cm, Gauhati, 1995, female
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File AvailableBordoloi, C.C.; Baishya, G. 1995 A note on microscopic anatomy of the skin of great Indian rhino calf (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 72: 397-399, figs. 1-2
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Captive - Asia
Morphology
Indian Rhino
One year old male. [Skin from head and facial regions] Skin consists of epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layers. The microscopic ridges and folds of skin similar to Black Rhino. Average thickness, skin 2486.0 m 2cm in black rhino epidermis 338.8 m dermis ...
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Gauhati Zoo, 1996, female calf length height girth tail ear in cm 1 day 114 64 104 26 17 1 week 114 64 116 27 18 2 weeks 133 69 121 27 18 3 weeks 135 71 122 28 19 4 weeks 140 72 124 28 20 5 weeks 153 77 137 29 ...
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Tail length at birth 26 cm, Gauhati, 1995, female
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Height at birth 64 cm, Gauhati, 1995, female
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Captive - Asia
Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gauhati, Assam, 1995. June 1993, female Geeta was allowed to enter the enclosure of Ram Prasad. Copulation took place shortly after release, it lasted 52 minutes with 52 thrusts. Not succesful. Nov 1993, female again went to male. At 3.35 pm, copulation took place and lasted for 65 minutes w...
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Captivity - Zoo Records
Indian Rhino
Seven day old calf died
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Indian Rhino
Circumference at birth 104 cm, Gauhati, 1995, female
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Captive - Asia
Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gauhati, Assam, 1995. Soon after parturition, the mother showed considerable interest in maternal care. As the calf could not stand and walk properly, mother tried to make her calf stand by tucking its forehead below her forelegs.
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gestation period 478 days, Gauhati, 1995
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Captive - Asia
Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gauhati, Assam, 1995. [After first unsuccesful mating, June 1993] Three days later, male became very aggressive, attacked female and injured her. Both were separated immediately. [Second Mating, Nov 1995] Following mating, female rushed to the waterhole and wallowed for almost an hour. Seven ...
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gauhati Zoo, 1995. First oestrous, 30 June 1993, followed on second one 3 Nov 1993, interval 4 months
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Bonal, B.S.; Sharma, R.; Barthakur, T.; Barua, B.; Das, D.C.; Boro, S. 1995 Birth of a female Indian rhino calf in Assam State Zoo. Zoos Print 10 (9): 28-29, figs. 1-2, tables 1-3
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Length at birth 114 cm, Gauhati, 1995, with tail, female
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File AvailableNath, n.c. 1994 Major adenohypophyseal proteins of Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 64: 482-484, figs. 1-2
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Captive - Asia
Physiology
Indian Rhino
Biometry of pituitary and polyacrylamidegel (7% and 10%) clectrophoretic pattern of anterior pituitary proteins of Indian rhinoceros, a species about which there is little information, are presented in this paper. Three rhinoceros calves, 1 male (9 days old) and 2 females (3 and 4 months old res...
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File AvailableBertschinger, H.J. 1994 Reproduction in black and white rhinos: a review: pp. 155-161, fig.1

In: Penzhorn, B.L. et al. Proceedings of a symposium on rhinos as game ranch animals. Onderstepoort, Republic of South Africa, 9-10 September 1994: pp. i-iv, 1-242
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Captivity - Zoo Records
Sumatran Rhino
The first rhinoceros ever to be born in captivity was a Sumatran rhino which was born in the Calcutta Zoo in 1894.
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Captive - Asia
Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gauhati Zoo. The calf suckled the mother generally at 15-20-min intervals. During the day the maximum suckling interval was 1 hr from 0400 hr to 0500 hr, at which time the mother left the calf in the shed and came out to wallow and eat. At about 0500 hr the calf joined the mother for suckling....
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Circumference at birth 97 cm, Gauhati 1989, male
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Height at birth 66 cm, Gauhati 1989, male
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Indian Rhino
Gauhati birth 1989. The lactation length of the cow was 20 months. A lactation period of more than 19 mo has been reported for the African black rhinoceros.
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Captivity - Zoo Records
Indian Rhino
male born 30 March 1989.
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Reproduction
Indian Rhino
Gestation period 506 days, Gauhati 1989
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File AvailableMartin, E.B. 1993 Rhino poaching in Namibia from 1980 to 1990 and the illegal trade in the horn. Pachyderm 17: 39-51, figs. 1-5, tables 1-5
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Captivity - Zoo Records
Indian Rhino
[Poaching in Nepal] started on 27 January when the Central Zoo authorities near Kathmandu discovered that their 15-yearold female and six-year old male, held in separate cages, had both been administered a poison containing zinc phosphide. Only the tiny horn of the young male had been cut off, i...
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File AvailableNath, N.C.; Hussain, A.; Rahman, F. 1993 Milk characteristics of a captive Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 24: 528-533, fig. 1, tables 1-2
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Morphology - Size
Indian Rhino
Length at birth 105 cm, Gauhati, 1989, male
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File AvailableFoose, T.J. 1993 Mock masterplanning session for a regional captive breeding programme in India for Rhinoceros unicornis. Zoos Print 8 (3): 15-17, tables 1-2
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Conservation
Indian Rhino
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File AvailableNatal Parks Board 1992 Witrenosterkalwers word 'ambassadeurs' in die Ooste. Conserva 7 (3): 22, fig. 1
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White Rhino
Three white rhino, Thembi, Thandi and Tem, were the stars of the Royal Show in Pietermaritzburg in 1991. They were taken to the municipal zoo of Toyohashi in Japan.
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Zainuddin, Zainal Zahari 1991 Sumatran rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) studbook, Draft 10 Sep 1992. Apple Valley, CBSG, pp. 1-9
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Diseases - Reasons of death
Sumatran Rhino
Studbook Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. M #2, captured May 1984 Malaysia, died 01-06-84 Malacca, of inanation
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Zainuddin, Zainal Zahari 1991 Sumatran rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) studbook, Draft 10 Sep 1992. Apple Valley, CBSG, pp. 1-9
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Captive - Asia
Diseases - Reasons of death
Sumatran Rhino
Studbook Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. F #11, captured 07-86 Malaysia, died 12-89 Malacca, of cecal impaction
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Zainuddin, Zainal Zahari 1991 Sumatran rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) studbook, Draft 10 Sep 1992. Apple Valley, CBSG, pp. 1-9
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Captive - Asia
Diseases - Bacterial
Sumatran Rhino
Studbook Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. F #16, captured 07-87 Malaysia, died 09-88 Malacca, Salmonella
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File AvailablePrasetyo, L. 1991 Sumatran rhino captive breeding management plan in Indonesia: pp. 50-54

In: Bari, A. et al. Proceedings of the Workshop on the Indonesian rhino conservation, Cisarua Bogor, Indonesia, 3-5 October 1991. Bogor, PHPA-IUCN-WWF-TSI: pp. 1-100
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Captive - Asia
Conservation
Sumatran Rhino
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File AvailableAnonymous 1990 Mysore and Baroda zoo. Zoos Print 5 (6): 24
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Indian Rhino
The Mysore and Baroda zoos made a historically sensible and conservation wise exchange recently when the Mysore Zoo gave Baroda a young pair of African black rhinos in exchange for Baroda's zoo single female Indian rhinoceros. Mysore's female Indian rhinoceros is too old to breed while their mal...
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File AvailableDutta, G.C.; Bordoloi, G.C.; Pathak, M.; Choudhury, A. 1990 Incidence of intestinal helminthic infection in Rhinoceros unicornis in captivity. Zoos Print 5 (5): 4, table 1
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Indian Rhino
Samples taken from 11 Indian rhinos in captivity in Gauhati zoo. Faecal samples were examined as per sedimentation and flotation technique. This was found positive as per table. It was observed that 55.55 % of rhinoceros were infected by intestinal helminthic infection. The highest infection ...
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 1990 Increasing threats to Assam's rhinos. International Zoo News 37 (7): 28-30, figs. 1-3
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Indian Rhino
Gauhati Zoo could auction a pair, which would fetch well over $100.000.
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File AvailableDutta, G.C.; Bordoloi, G.C.; Pathak, M.; Choudhury, A. 1990 Incidence of intestinal helminthic infection in Rhinoceros unicornis in captivity. Zoos Print 5 (5): 4, table 1
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Indian Rhino
study helminth infection in 11 specimens in Gauhati Zoo.
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 1990 Increasing threats to Assam's rhinos. International Zoo News 37 (7): 28-30, figs. 1-3
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Indian Rhino
11 examples present
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File AvailableDathe, H. 1990 Ein weiteres 'Durer-Hornlein' beim Breitmaulnashorn. Zoologische Garten 60 (5): 322
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White Rhino
In a film which I showed in my program 'Zoobummel International' of the German TV from the Parc Zoologique National de Rabat, another white rhino which had an additional horn on the shoulder of some centimeter long.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1990 Mysore and Baroda zoo. Zoos Print 5 (6): 24
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Indian Rhino
The Mysore and Baroda zoos made a historically sensible and conservation wise exchange recently when the Mysore Zoo gave Baroda a young pair of African black rhinos in exchange for Baroda's zoo single female Indian rhinoceros. Mysore's female Indian rhinoceros is too old to breed while their mal...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1990 Mysore and Baroda zoo. Zoos Print 5 (6): 24
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Black Rhino
The Mysore and Baroda zoos made a historically sensible and conservation wise exchange recently when the Mysore Zoo gave Baroda a young pair of African black rhinos in exchange for Baroda's zoo single female Indian rhinoceros.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1990 Mysore and Baroda zoo. Zoos Print 5 (6): 24
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Black Rhino
The Mysore and Baroda zoos made a historically sensible and conservation wise exchange recently when the Mysore Zoo gave Baroda a young pair of African black rhinos in exchange for Baroda's zoo single female Indian rhinoceros.
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File AvailablePrasetyo, L.H.; Alikodra, H.S.; Utami, M.; Suhardjito, B.; Manansang, Y. 1990 Captive propagation of Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) in Indonesia. Proceedings of the Conference of South East Asian Zoos no.3: 84-89
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File AvailableLant, D. 1990 Spotlight on animals at Ragunan Zoo: Sumatran rhinocerous. Sahawat Satwa, Friends of Ragunan Zoo 1 (2): 1, fig. 1
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File AvailableChakraborty, A.; Bhattacharya, M.; Baishya, G. 1989 A note on the liver of Indian one horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 66: 1071-1072, figs. 1-4
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Indian Rhino
47 years, Gauhati Zoo, liver studied
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Gestation period. 476 days, Hiroshima 1984
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Gestation period. 447 days, Hiroshima 1988
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Black Rhino
Gestation period. 449 days, Hiroshima 1981
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Black Rhino
Black rhino in zoo since 1971, 7 births listed, 4 babies were sent overseas.
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File AvailableChakraborty, A.; Bhattacharya, M.; Baishya, G. 1989 A note on the liver of Indian one horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 66: 1071-1072, figs. 1-4
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Indian Rhino
Presence noted
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Black Rhino
Gestation period. 440 days, Hiroshima 1982
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Black Rhino
Gestation period. 444 days, Hiroshima 1986
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File AvailableSakamoto, J. 1989 Keeping and breeding black rhinoceros. [in Japanese]. Animals and Zoo 1989 (4): 134-137, figs. 1-5, table 1
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Black Rhino
Gestation period. 436 days, Hiroshima 1979
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File AvailableZainuddin, Zainal Zahari; Tajuddin Abdullah, M. 1989 Psychological restraint in captive Sumatran Rhinoceros ( Dicerorhinus sumatrensis). Journal of Wildlife and Parks (Malaysia) 8: 109-111
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File AvailableZainuddin, Zainal Zahari; Hassan, M. 1989 Feed intake and digestibility of Ficus variegate in a captive Sumatran Rhinoceros at Zoo Melaka. Journal of Wildlife and Parks (Malaysia) 8: 112-116
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File AvailableBegg, T.B. 1988 The Sumatran rhino project. Help Newsletter, Port Lympne 10: 12-13
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Sumatran Rhino
At the end of April Francesco Nardelli and I made arrangements to transport Meranti to Port Lympne and Rokan to Surabaya Zoo in Java. These animals had for different reasons remained in the base camp for around nine months. Rokan prior to his capture had fallen victim to a poachers' snare on hi...
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File AvailableMueller, C.C. 1988 Sumatranashorner in Malakka. Zoologische Garten 58 (5/6): 411-413, figs. 1-2
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Sumatran Rhino
visit in early June 1987. In the interior cages there were 2 adult female Sumatran rhinos, of which one had a young calf of about a week old, born in the zoo on 24 May 1987 according to the keepers. There also was an adult male. All three adults were wild caught, and they were very tame. The ...
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File AvailableMeckvichai, C. 1987 On the status of the Sumatran rhino in captivity in Thailand. Rimba Indonesia 21 (1): 57-58
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Sumatran Rhino
The animal was seen defecating often into the water.
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File AvailableMeckvichai, C. 1987 On the status of the Sumatran rhino in captivity in Thailand. Rimba Indonesia 21 (1): 57-58
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Sumatran Rhino
Zoo Bangkok 1986. The food given to the animal was different to what it used to get in Malaysia. It was pointed out the difficulties in obtaining wild plants in such an urban city as Bangkok, far from forests. Therefore, as an alternative, the animal was given beans, bananas, sweet potatoes a...
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File AvailableMeckvichai, C. 1987 On the status of the Sumatran rhino in captivity in Thailand. Rimba Indonesia 21 (1): 57-58
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Sumatran Rhino
Animal in zoo Bangkok. It was very tame.
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File AvailableMeckvichai, C. 1987 On the status of the Sumatran rhino in captivity in Thailand. Rimba Indonesia 21 (1): 57-58
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Sumatran Rhino
Zoo Bangkok 1986. The food given to the animal was different to what it used to get in Malaysia. It was pointed out the difficulties in obtaining wild plants in such an urban city as Bangkok, far from forests. Therefore, as an alternative, the animal was given beans, bananas, sweet potatoes a...
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File AvailableMeckvichai, C. 1987 On the status of the Sumatran rhino in captivity in Thailand. Rimba Indonesia 21 (1): 57-58
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Sumatran Rhino
female Sumatran rhino that was presented to the King of Thailand by the King of Malaysia, to be reared in the Zoo. It was named 'Linchong' (means flower in Thai) by the Queen of Thailand.
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File AvailableTehsin, R. 1987 Brief history of Udaipur Zoo. Zoos Print 2 (6/7): 6-7, fig. 1
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Indian Rhino
Zoo started in 1878 by Maharana Sajjan Singh of Mewar State. Just at the commencement of the fifth decade [=1928] this zoo was stocked with many rare animals and birds like pair of Black leopeard, rhino, ostrich, etc.
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File AvailableMeckvichai, C. 1987 On the status of the Sumatran rhino in captivity in Thailand. Rimba Indonesia 21 (1): 57-58
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Sumatran Rhino
Zoo Bangkok 1986 - Dicerorhinus sumatrensis inhabited an enclosure 20 x 35 in where provision was made for the animal to wallow. The animal was seen defaecating often into the water.
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File AvailableNaik, S.N.; Ishwad, C.S.; Karawale, M.S.; Wani, M.V. 1986 Squamous cell carcinoma in an Indian rhinoceros. Veterinary Record 118: 590-591, figs. 1-2
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Indian Rhino
A case if squamous cell carcinoma of the skin in an old Indian rhinoceros ( Rhinoceros unicornis ) maintained at the Municipal Zoological Gardens, Bombay, is reported here. A male rhinoceros was brought to Bombay Zoo in 19**. When the animal was about 50 years old and weighed about 3000 kg an u...
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File AvailableBergmans, W.; Bree, P.J.H. van 1986 On a collection of bats and rats from the Kangean Island, Indonesia (Mammalia: Chiroptera and Rodentia). Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde 51 (6): 329-344
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Javan Rhino
It is also known that in the summer of 1839 the Rajah of Klungklung on Bali (at that time the island was still independent) requested the Dutch colonial authorities on Java to bring him a live Javan Rhinoceros, which happened.
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File AvailableMartin, E.B. 1986 South Korea stops rhino horn imports. Traffic Bulletin 8 (2): 28
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All Rhino Species
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