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Sclater, W.L., 1900. The mammals of South Africa, vol I: Primates, carnivora and ungulata. London, R.H. Porter, pp. i-xxxi, 1-324

Location: World
Subject: Morphology - Skull
Species: Black Rhino

Original text on this topic:
As in the other species there are no incisors or canines in either jaw, though indistinct marks of the sockets can be seen; moreover, the premaxillae are much reduced, and consist only of two small nodules of bone at the tips of the maxillae.

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