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Hanif, M.; Rana, N.; Khan, M.A.; Asim, M.; Babar, M.A.; Abbas, S.G.; Gul, Z.; Ahmed, Q.; Mehmood, K., 2023. Rhinocerotid remains from Middle Siwalik Subgroup of Northern Pakistan. Taiwania 68 (2): 205-216

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Khan, M.S., 2017. Present wave of defaunation in Pakistan. In Pratihar, S. and Clark Jr., H.O., Defaunation and Conservation. Tucson, Tucson Herpetological Society, pp. 13-19

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Siddiq, M.Kh.; Akhtar, M.; Khan, M.A.; Ghaffar, A.; Sarwar, Kh.; Khan, A.M., 2016. New fossils of rhinoceros (Rhinocerotidae) from the Soan Formation (Plio-Pleistocene) of Northern Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 48 (3): 657-664, 3 figs, 1 tab

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Khan, A.M.; Cerdeno, E.; Akhtar, M.; Khan, M.A.; Iqbal, A.; Mubashir, M., 2014. New fossils of Gaindatherium (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia) from the Middle Miocene of Pakistan. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 23: 452-461

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Khan, M., 2014. The lesser two-horned rhinoceros. Kuala Lumpur, Institut Terjemahan & Buku Malaysia (ITBM), pp. i-xxii, 1-175
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Abdul, A.M.; Cerdeño, E.; Akhtar, M.; Khan, M.A.; Siddiq, Kh., 2014. An account of the Upper Siwalik rhinocerotids of Pakistan. Abstract volume of the 4th Inter. Palaeontological Congress, Mendoza, Argentina: p. 549

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Khan, A.M.; Cerdeño, E.; Khan, M.A.; Akhtar, M., 2013. New Alicornops (Rhinocerotidae) remains from Lower and Middle Siwaliks, Pakistan. Annales de Paléontologie 99: 131-155

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Khan, A. M.; Akhtar, M.; Khan, M.A.; Shaheen, A., 2012. New fossil remains of Brachypotherium perimense from the Chinji and Nagri formations of Pakistan. Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences 22 (2): 347-351

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Candra, D.; Radcliffe, R.W.; Andriansyah; Khan, M.; I-Hsien Tsu; Paglia, D.E., 2012. Browse diversity and iron loading in captive sumatran rhinoceroses (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis): a comparison of sanctuary and zoological populations . Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 43 (3s): S66-S73

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Samiullah, K.; Akhtar, M.; Khan, M.A.; Ghaffar, A., 2012. Fossil mammals (rhinocerotids, giraffids, bovids) from the miocene rocks of Dhok Bun Ameer Khatoon, District Chakwal, Punjab, Pakistan. International Journal of Research in Engineering, IT and Social Sciences 2 (8): 124-178

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Khan, A.M.; Cerdeno, E.; Khan, M.A.; Akhtar, M.; Ali, M., 2011. Chilotherium intermedium (Rhinocerotidae: Mammalia) from the Siwaliks of Pakistan: systematic implications. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 43 (4): 651-663

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Strien, N.J. van; Manullang, B.; Sectionov; Isnan, W.; Khan, M.K.M.; Sumardja, E.; Ellis, S,; Han, K.H.; Boeadi; Payne, J.; Martin, E.B., 2011. Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. In: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.1. <www.iucnredlist.org>

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Strien, N.J. van; Steinmetz, R.; Manullang, B.; Sectionov; Han, K.H.; Isnan, W.; Rookmaaker, K.; Sumardja, E.; Khan, M.K.M.; Ellis, S., 2011. Rhinoceros sondaicus. In: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.1. <www.iucnredlist.org>

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Khan, M.A.; Iliopoulos, G.; Akhtar, M.; Ghaffar, A.; Zubaid-ul-Haq, 2011. The longest tusk of cf. Anancus sivalensis (Proboscidea, Mammalia) from the Tatrot Formation of the Siwaliks, Pakistan. Current Science (Research Communications) 100 (2): 249-255.

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Khan, M.A.; Akhtar, M.; Khan, A.M.; Ghaffar, A.; Iqbal, M.; Samiullah Kh., 2011. New fossil locality in the Middle Miocene of Lava from the Chinji Formation of the Lower Siwaliks, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 43 (1): 61-72, 7 figs, 6 tabs

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