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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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Indian Rhino
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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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Indian Rhino
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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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