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The RRC database contains a total of 33559 Notes which are linked to 19639 References. Furthermore, 19317 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

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Forno, M.G. et al., 2015
Bayshashov, B. et al., 2015
Ellis, S. et al., 2015
Thom, W.S., 1943
Khan, M., 1987
Rookmaaker, L.C. et al., 2015
Pandolfi, L. et al., 2015
Rhino Ark, 2015
Harding, L., 2013
Strydom, D., 2014
Gripper, J., 2014
Ferreira, S.M. et al., 2015
Deka, R.J. et al., 2015
Weatherbe, D'Arcy, 1940
Weatherbe, D'Arcy, 1939
Milroy, A.J.W., 1934
Anonymous, 1934
Burgess, H.E., 1935
Higgins, J.C., 1934
Morris, R.C., 1936
Gee, E.P., 1953
Gee, E.P., 1953
Law, P.R. et al., 2015
Law, P.R. et al., 2015

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Newest References:
Forno, M.G. et al., 2015. Stratigraphic and tectonic notes on the Villafranca d’Asti succession in type-area and Castelnuovo Don Bosco sector (Asti Reliefs, Piedmont). Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary 28 (1): 5-27, 26 figs.
Bayshashov, B. et al., 2015. The fifth digit of Aprotodon (Rhinocerotidae) from the Miocene Kalkaman locality, Kazakstan (in Sullivan R.M. & Lucas S.G., eds: Fossil Record 4). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 67: 1-3, 3 figs, 1 tab.
Ellis, S. et al., 2015. Indian Rhino Vision 2020 Population Modeling Workshop Final Report. Workshop held 4-5 November 2015. Fort Worth, International Rhino Foundation: pp. 1-72
Rookmaaker, L.C. et al., 2015. New literature in the Rhino Resource Center. Electronic Newsletter of the Rhino Resource Center no. 40 (September): 1-12
Pandolfi, L. et al., 2015. New insight into the Pleistocene deposits of Monte delle Piche, Rome, and remarks on the biochronology of Hippopotamus (Mammalia, Hippopotamidae) and Stephanorhinus etruscus (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae) in Italy. Estudios Geológicos 71 (1): e026
Rhino Ark, 2015. Various notes on Aberdares, Kenya. Arkive, the newsletter of the Rhino Ark no. 46: 1-24
Harding, L., 2013. Wildlife poaching increasing. Taprobanica: The Journal of Asian Biodiversity 5 (1): 1-5
Strydom, D., 2014. Protecting the rhino. Sebakwe News 2014 Winter: 2-3
Gripper, J., 2014. Notes on the work in Sebakwe, Zimbabwe. Sebakwe News 2014 Winter: 1-18
Ferreira, S.M. et al., 2015. Disruption of rhino demography by poachers may lead to population declines in Kruger National Park, South Africa. PLoS ONE DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0127783 [29 June]: 1-18
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