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File AvailableKawata, K. 2014 Injuries by rhinos. International Zoo News 61 (2): 147-149
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File AvailableKawata, K. 2014 Letter to the editor: Injuries by rhinos. International Zoo News 61 (3): 219
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File AvailableAcharya, D. 2008 Rhino hurt women in CNP. Conservation Watch - Nepal 1 (12): 3
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Asia - South Asia - Nepal
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableDyer, A. 1999 Tricks behind the scenes. Hatari Times International 5: 16-19, figs. 1-10
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Behaviour - Towards Man
African Rhino Species
Charles Cottar (of Kenya) was later killed by a rhino.
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File AvailableDyer, A. 1999 Tricks behind the scenes. Hatari Times International 5: 16-19, figs. 1-10
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Behaviour - Towards Man
Black Rhino
Photo of ca. 1950, Kenya. Two rhinos charged the car. The horn of once pierced the side just above Dyer's leg and bent the steering wheel. Both were killed by a gunbearer in the back.
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File AvailableLessee, J. 1998 [Various notes]. Really Rhinos 12 (2)
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Captive - South America
Behaviour - Towards Man
All Rhino Species
A rhinoceros in the zoo gored a man to death when he invaded its habitat for unknown reasons. The unidentified victim, aged 55-60, apparently climbed over a wooden barrier and entered the rhino's enclosed area, after closing hours late on Monday. The female white rhino was not normally aggressive.
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File AvailableBerger, J.; Cunningham, C. 1998 Behavioural ecology in managed reserves: gender-based asymmetries in interspecific dominance in African elephants and rhinos. Animal Conservation 1 (1): 33-38, figs. 1-4
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
Behaviour - Towards Man
Black Rhino
Among rhinos, clear gender-related differences existed. Compared to females, males charged elephants more (11 events to one), interacted at closer distances, and were involved in more interactions where outcomes were uncertain (50 to 12). These results suggest that female rhinos are more timid ...
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File AvailableBuissink, F. 1998 Een wankelende zwaargewicht. Panda 1998 Winter: 6-8
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World
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Black Rhino
Rhinos don't see well, which handicap makes them suspicious and sometimes aggressive. Rhinos have been seen attacking termite hills thinking that it is an elephant.
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File AvailableChoudhury, A. 1996 The greater one-horned rhino outside protected areas in Assam, India. Pachyderm 22: 7-9, map 1
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Indian Rhino
Around Matmora, in Lakhimpur district. The last rhino of the area fell to poachers in 1985. This animal was bom near Matmora and was reportedly habituated and very tame.
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File AvailableChoudhury, A. 1996 The greater one-horned rhino outside protected areas in Assam, India. Pachyderm 22: 7-9, map 1
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
Behaviour - Towards Man
Asian Rhino Species
In March 1992, two people were killed by a rhino in Kamrup District.
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