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File AvailableMacNaughton,J. 2015 Can skin lesion development and inflammation be correlated to climate or diet variation?. Paper presented at the 2015 Rhino Keeper Workshop heldin Chester, UK: pp. 1-12
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File AvailableCourtois, F.Ollivet 2015 Necrotizing dermatitis in black rhinos and how keepers can save their animals . Paper presented at the 2015 Rhino Keeper Workshop heldin Chester, UK: pp. 1-18
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File AvailableBrowning, L. 2015 The adventures of working with leeches and rhinos . Paper presented at the 2015 Rhino Keeper Workshop held in Chester, UK: pp. 1-14
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File AvailableHouwald, F. von 2015 Foot problems in Indian Rhinos: A problem solved?. Paper presented at the 2015 Rhino Keeper Workshop held in Chester, UK: pp. 1-53
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File AvailableStephens, J. 2015 Rhinoceros foot care education. Paper presented at the 2015 Rhino Keeper Workshop held in Chester, UK: pp. 1-17
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File AvailableBerkeley, E. 2015 Proposed studies on glucose metabolism and diet in black rhinos. Paper presented at the 2015 Rhino Keeper Workshop held in Chester, UK: pp. 1-11
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File AvailableHaw, A.; Hofmeyr, M.; Fuller, A.; Buss, P.; Miller, M.; Fleming, G.; Meyer, L. 2015 Butorphanol with oxygen insufflation improves cardiorespiratory function in field-immobilised white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 86 (1): Art. #1276, 10 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/jsava.v86i1.1276
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File AvailableFayrer-Hosken, R.A.; Kruger, M.; Vandenplas; Giguere, S.; Buss, P. 2015 Characterizing neutrophil profiles in horses for rhinoceros capture. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 28 (2): 187-188
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Conservation of several African species is becoming essential, and efforts to move threatened animals are causing physiological and reproductive problems. To save these species, a more comprehensive knowledge of their biology and response to stressors is required. Capture stress of rhinoceroses h...
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File AvailableDeCourcy,K.; Campbell, M.; Hauser, J.; Kottwitz, J.; Levens, G.; Pairan, R.; Volle, K.; Stoops, M. 2015 Using urinary hormone analysis to predict gender and assess fetal viability in the Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Proceedings AAZV Conference 2015: 82-83
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File AvailableHorak, I.G.; Jordaan, A.J.; Nel, P.J.; Van Heerden, J.; Heyne, H.; Van Dalen, E.M. 2015 Distribution of endemic and introduced tick species in Free State Province, South Africa. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 86 (1) - Art. #1255: 1-9
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