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The RRC database contains a total of 34108 Notes which are linked to 20188 References. Furthermore, 19931 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

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Hermann, R., 1913
Liesowska, A., 2015
Thapa, R., 2016
Hoogerwerf, A., 1938
Vos, A.de et al., 1950
Gee, E.P., 1950
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, 2015
ODonoghue, P. et al., 2016
Wedd, L., 2011
Sherwell, P., 2016
Sorensen, C.A.E., 2015
Rhino Alive, 2016
Taylor, W.A. et al., 2015
Everatt, K.T. et al., 2016
Sidi, D., 2016
Schwab, T., 2016
Rooyen, Carla van, 2016
Collins, K. et al., 2013
Gyongyi, K., 2014
Uri-Khob, S., 2014
Ives, M. et al., 2014
Ives, M. et al., 2015
Patton, F., 2016
Pavia, M. et al., 2012

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Newest References:
Liesowska, A., 2015. Sasha, the world's only baby woolly rhino is 34,000 years old, say scientists. The Siberian Times 8 September 2015: 1-11, 12 figures
Thapa, R., 2016. Poaching statistics of Rhinoceros unicornis in Chitwan National Park, Nepal: A review. International Journal of Applied and Natural Sciences 5 (3) April-May: 29-34, 2 figures
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, 2015. Annual report 2015. Kenya: LWC: pp. 1-24
ODonoghue, P. et al., 2016. Real-time anti-poaching tags could help prevent imminent species extinctions. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 5-10
Wedd, L., 2011. I lassoed rhinos with a rope (1959). Old Africa no. 34: 5-7
Sherwell, P., 2016. Revealed: the Laos market selling ivory carvings and ‘medicinal’ rhino horn from slaughtered wildlife to Chinese buyers. Telegraph Online 17 April 2016: 1-8
Sorensen, C.A.E., 2015. Trophy hunting in the U.S. media: a macro- and micro-level frame analysis. Thesis presented to Erasmus Mundi, Budapest: pp. 1-115
Rhino Alive, 2016. Media statement: South Africa's missed opportunity to save the remaining rhino in the world. Johannesburg, pp. 1-3
Taylor, W.A. et al., 2015. An assessment of the economic, social and conservation value of the wildlife ranching industry and its potential to support the green economy in South Africa. Johannesburg, The Endangered Wildlife Trust, pp. 1-164
Everatt, K.T. et al., 2016. Write back: Rhino poaching may cause atypical trophic cascades. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (2): 65-67
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