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Title: Contrasting evolutionary history, anthropogenic declines and genetic contact in the northern and southern white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
Author(s): Moodley, Y.; Russo, I-R.M.; Robovsky, J.; Dalton, D.; Kotzé, A.; Smith, S.; Stejskal, J.; Ryder, O.A.; Hermes, R.; Walzer, C.; Bruford, M.W.
Year published: 2018
Journal: Proceedings B of the Royal Society of London
Volume: 285
Pages: 1-9
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White Rhino
The white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) has a discontinuous African distribution, which is limited by the extent of sub-Saharan grasslands. The southern population (SWR) declined to its lowest number around the turn of the nineteenth century, but recovered to become the world's most numero...

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