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Rabinowitz, A., 1994. On the horns of a dilemma. Wildlife Conservation 97 (5): 32-39, figs. 1-6

Location: Asia - South East Asia - Malaysia - Sarawak
Subject: Ecology - Habitat
Species: Sumatran Rhino

Original text on this topic:
When rhinos use an area, they create wide and obvious 'highways' along ridges and waterways, often with distinctive scrape marks and dung deposits. They follow these well established paths repeatedly and over long distances. As rhinos travel, they spend time feeding on leaves, stems and twigs, leaving behind broken and twisted saplings and heavily trampled undergrowth.

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