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File AvailableMalek, G. 2009 Inter- und intraspezifische Interaktionen sowie Raumnutzung von Breitmaulnashörnern (Ceratotherium simum) in Gemeinschaftshaltung mit anderen afrikanischen Makroherbivoren. Diplomarbeit vorgelegt zur Erlangung des Grades einer Diplom-Biologin an der Fakultät für Biologie und Biotechnologie der Ruhr-Universität Bochum: pp. 1-81
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Captive
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White Rhino
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File AvailableHopkinson, G. 2001 Interesting mammal sighting at Tau, Madikwe. CCA Ecological Journal 3: 13
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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White Rhino
A female white rhino with two calves was approached by a male which was anxious to mate; despite his attentions and loud whining, the female avoided him.
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File AvailablePham Nhat; Nguyen Xuan Dang; Polet, G. 2001 Field guide to the key mammal species of Cat Tien National Park. Hanoi, WWF Cat Tien National Park Conservation Project and Fauna and Flora International - Indochina Programme., pp. 1-145
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World
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Javan Rhino
The Javan (Vietnamese) Rhinoceros is solitary and extremely sensitive to human activity (Thus it has become nocturnal).
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File AvailableRoche, C. 2000 Notes on territory and home range size of white rhinoceros in the southern Timbavati. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 130-133
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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White Rhino
Territory Size. White Rhino bulls hold territories from which other adult territorial bulls are excluded and which are marked and patrolled on a regular basis (Owen-Smith, 1971). The aim of this study was to calculate average territory size in the study area and to compare these findings with t...
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File AvailableRoche, C. 2000 Notes on territory and home range size of white rhinoceros in the southern Timbavati. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 130-133
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
Behaviour - Social Behaviour
White Rhino
Some groups of cows form very stable units of up to four adult females and their dependent young. These animals are far more sedentary than the likes of the cow mentioned above and although they might leave the territory of the bull within which they reside for the majority of the time, they see...
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File AvailableMkenda, E.; Butchart, D. 2000 Notes on the status of black rhino in the Ngorongoro Crater. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 68-69
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Tanzania
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Black Rhino
In June, seven Black Rhino were seen together at 'Shamba la Faru', as females and young males of the same family. A group of the same size (possibly the same individuals) was seen at this same locality in October.
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File AvailableMorinte, J.; Keter, P. 2000 Black rhino kills male lion. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 37
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
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Black Rhino
The sub-adult lions had probably never encountered a rhino before and jumped up at it. This appeared to anger the rhino which snorted and rushed at the nearest lion -the large male.
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File AvailableCoetzee, B. 2000 Conita's weighty babies. SA Country Life 2000 February: 74, fig. 1
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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Black Rhino
Hand reared animal. Conita Walker can now specify 14 specific, meaningful sounds.
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File AvailableMmesi, S. 2000 Interesting mammal observation. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 151
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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Black Rhino
Three black rhino were seen together at Tholo Dam.
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File AvailableYadav, V.K. 2000 Male-male aggression in Rhinoceros unicornis - case study from North Bengal, India. Indian Forester 126 (10): 1030-1034
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
Adult male Rhinos are solitary in nature and form temporary associations with females during sexual encounters.
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