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The RRC database contains a total of 34459 Notes which are linked to 20539 References. Furthermore, 20240 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

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Smith, Andrew, 1838
Rosas, A. et al., 2006
Huguet, R. et al., 2015
Suraprasit, K. et al., 2016
Walker, M.J. (and 24 others) et al., 2016
Made, J. van der et al., 2016
Thapa, R., 2016
Chen, F., 2016
Wilson, M. et al., 2010
Anonymous, 2009
Anonymous, 1868
Brooke, V., 1912
Caloi, L. et al., 1980
Anonymous, 1909
Lang, H. et al., 1924
Berger, A. Katherine et al., 1934
Hubert Litchfield, E., 1912
Anonymous et al., 1915
Monesi, E. et al., 2016
Berridge, W.S., 1907
Taylor, James, 1840
Clark, J.L. et al., 1916
Hart Merriam, C., 1916
Saccà, D., 2012

Rhino Literature & Articles

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  • Literature on fossil rhinoceros species
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Newest References:
Rosas, A. et al., 2006. The “Sima del Elefante” cave site at Atapuerca (Spain). Estudios Geológicos 62 (1): 327-348, 10 figs, 1 tab
Suraprasit, K. et al., 2016. The Middle Pleistocene vertebrate fauna from Khok Sung (Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand): biochronological and paleobiogeographical implications. Zookeys 613: 1-157
Huguet, R. et al., 2015. Level TE9c of Sima del Elefante (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain): A comprehensive approach. Quaternary International 2015: 18 pp., 13 figs [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.11.030]
Walker, M.J. (and 24 others) et al., 2016. A view from a cave: Cueva Negra del Estrecho del Río Quípar (Caravaca de la Cruz, Murcia, Southeastern Spain): Reflections on fire, technological diversity, environmental exploitation, and palaeoanthropological approaches. Human Evolution 31 (1-2): 1-67
Made, J. van der et al., 2016. The new material of large mammals from Azokh and comments on the older collections. In Fernández-Jalvo, Y. et al. (eds.), Azokh cave and the transcaucasian corridor. Berlin, Springer, pp. 117-162
Thapa, R., 2016. The burning issues of conflict: a case study of Chitwan National Park, Nepal. International Journal of Science and Research 5 (8): 542-547
Chen, F., 2016. The economics of synthetic rhino horns. Report at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, pp. 1-24
Anonymous, 2009. Only rhino at Nehru Zoo Park suffering from cancer. The Hindu, February 18, 2009: 1 p., 1 photograph.
Anonymous, 1868. New arrivals at the [London] zoological gardens. Illustrated London News 45 October 3rd: 312, 3 figures
Caloi, L. et al., 1980. La fauna quaternaria di Sedia del Diavolo (Roma). Quaternaria, Roma; 22: 177-209, 3 figs, 4 Pls
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