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Title: Interbirth intervals are associated with age of the mother, but not with infant mortality in Indian rhinoceroses
Author(s): Pluhacek, J.; Steck, B.L.; Sinha, S.P.; Houwald, F.von
Year published: 2017
Journal: Current Zoology
Volume: 63 (3)
Pages: 229–235
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Indian Rhino
Rhinoceroses are among the most endangered mammals in the world. Despite a recent increase in numbers in most wild populations, poaching or political instability may exterminate large populations very quickly. Therefore, captive or ex situ rhinoceros populations can play an important role in thei...

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