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The RRC database contains a total of 33408 Notes which are linked to 19488 References. Furthermore, 19154 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

Newest PDFs:

Damm, G., 2015
Damm, G., 2015
International Rhino Keeper Association, 2015
Anonymous, 2014
Horsfield, T., 1824
Handa, N., 2015
Kána, V. et al., 2013
Lyakhnitsky, YU. et al., 2013
Anonymous, 2014
Muntifering, J. et al., 2015
Horowitz, I.H. et al., 2015
Karlstam, E. et al., 2015
Anonymous, 2015
Wildaid, 2015
Crookes, D.J. et al., 2015
Zhegallo, V. et al., 2005
Channa, S.M., 2005
Sharma, R. et al., 2015
Tong, H. et al., 2014
Vigne, L. et al., 2015
Cheteni, P., 2014
Wold, C., 2013
Knol, E., 2014
Ramanuja, J., 2013

Rhino Literature & Articles

The RRC website provides access to an extensive database of indexed and tagged references, abstracts and full texts covering every possible aspect of the knowledge of the rhinoceros. The database only contains material available in the library of the RRC. All references are verified and bibliographically correct.

This bibliography excludes (with some exceptions) the following:

  • Literature on fossil rhinoceros species
  • Items in newspapers
  • Multiple editions and reprints
    (we endeavour to list the earliest edition of each work)
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We would like to thank H. Carpentier for supplying us with references from the Carino database.

Newest References:
Anonymous, 2014. Tutti a far visita a "Rino" - In mostra i colossi del Po. "La Provincia di Cremona", November 11 2014: p. 1, 1 fig []
International Rhino Keeper Association, 2015. Various notes. The Crash April 2015: 1-16
Damm, G., 2015. US Authorities approve import of Namibian black rhino trophies . African indaba, e-newsletter 13 (2): 10-11
Damm, G., 2015. Kidnapped in Mozambique: in the clutches of rhino poachers. African indaba, e-newsletter 13 (2): 9
Handa, N., 2015. A Pleistocene rhinocerotid (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Yage, Shizuoka Prefecture, central Japan. Paleontological Research, The Palaeontological Society of Japan; 19 (2): 139-142, 3 figs, 1 tab []
Kána, V. et al., 2013. Barová (Sobolova) Cave, Moravian Karst (Czech Republic) Upper Pleistocene fossiliferous in-cave sediments instructive paleontological excavations (in Filippi M. & Bosák P., eds: Proceedings of the 16th Intern. Congress of Speleology, July 21-28, 2013, Brno): vol. 1:192-195, 4 figs, Czech Speleological Society, Praha.
Lyakhnitsky, YU. et al., 2013. Results of studying the paleolithic Kapova cave (Shulgan-Tash) images (in Filippi M. & Bosák P., eds: Proceedings of the 16th Intern. Congress of Speleology, July 21-28, 2013, Brno) : vol. 1:133-138, 7 figs, 1 tab, Czech Speleological Society, Praha
Anonymous, 2014. Population Viability Analysis for the Greater One-Horned Rhino in India. CBSG Update December 2014: 2
Muntifering, J. et al., 2015. The Rhino Rangers Incentive Programme, Namibia. In: Roe, D (ed) 2015 Conservation, crime and communities: case studies of efforts to engage local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade. IIED: pp. 26-28
Horowitz, I.H. et al., 2015. Conjunctival habronemiasis in a square-lipped rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Veterinary Ophthalmology 2015: 1-6 (DOI:10.1111/vop.12269)
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