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File AvailableBrett, R.A. 1998 Mortality factors and breeding performance of translocated black rhinos in Kenya: 1984-1995. Pachyderm 26: 69-82, figs. 1-8, tables 1-2
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
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Black Rhino
Release in Kenya 1984-1995. The black rhino's vulnerability to falling over cliffs and getting stuck in waterholes was always a feature of former, very large wild populations. For exarnple, after poaching, these were the major mortality factors in over 700 rhino mortalities recorded by Tsavo Ea...
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File AvailableTalukdar, B.K. 1998 Tiger predation of rhinoceroses. Oryx 32 (2): 96
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
Rhinoceros unicornis - Kaziranga NP. Data collected from 1985 to 1995 has revealed that tiger predation is the second largest threat to the rhino population after poaching. In the 11-year period 178 rhinos were killed by tigers in the park, 149 (83.7 %) of them calves.
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File AvailableBrett, R.A. 1998 Mortality factors and breeding performance of translocated black rhinos in Kenya: 1984-1995. Pachyderm 26: 69-82, figs. 1-8, tables 1-2
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Diseases - External causes
Black Rhino
Release in Kenya after translocation, 1984-1995. The black rhino's vulnerability to falling over cliffs and getting stuck in waterholes was always a feature of former, very large wild populations. For exarnple, after poaching, these were the major mortality factors in over 700 rhino mortalities...
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File AvailableReilly, T. 1997 Rhinos in Swaziland. Pachyderm 24: 65
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Africa - Southern Africa - Swaziland
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African Rhino Species
Swaziland. There was a bad drought in Dec 1997. This impacted severely on reproduction by causing many rhino calves to perish because their mother's milk dried up.
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File AvailableMartin, E.B. 1996 The importance of park budgets, intelligence networks and competent management for succesful conservation of the greater one-horned rhinoceros. Pachyderm 22: 10-17, figs. 1-4, tables 1-2
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Indian Rhino
Female calf was killed by tiger, Gorumara, Bengal, 1994-95
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File AvailableMartin, E.B. 1996 The importance of park budgets, intelligence networks and competent management for succesful conservation of the greater one-horned rhinoceros. Pachyderm 22: 10-17, figs. 1-4, tables 1-2
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Indian Rhino
One drowned in wallow, Gorumara, Bengal, 1994-95.
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File AvailableLindeque, M.; Erb, K.P. 1995 Research on the effects of temporary horn removal on black rhinos in Namibia. Pachyderm 20: 27-30, table 1
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
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Black Rhino
Kunene, Namibia - Diceros bicornis. In 1992, drought set in, up to 1993: 1 subadult died from starvation
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File AvailableBist, S.S. 1995 Population history of Great Indian rhinoceros in North Bengal and major factors influencing the same: pp. 75-84, maps 1-2, tables 1-28

In: Molur, S. et al. Report: Population and Habitat Viability Assessment (PHVA) Workshop, Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros, Jaldapara, 1993. Coimbatore, CBSG India: [not paginated]
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Indian Rhino
West Bengal - Killing of rhino by tiger. 1952 2 (mother and calf) Gorumara 1968 1 calf in Bengal outside reserve 1981 1 calf Jaldapara
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File AvailableLindeque, M.; Erb, K.P. 1995 Research on the effects of temporary horn removal on black rhinos in Namibia. Pachyderm 20: 27-30, table 1
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
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Black Rhino
Namibia - Diceros bicornis. The brown hyaena Hyaena brunnea (which almost never preys on large mammals [Mills. 1990; Skinner & Smithers, 1990]), occurs throughout the Kunene region of Namibia, and partly overlaps in track dimensions with spotted hyaenas Crocuta crocuta. Much of the region has ...
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File AvailableMenon, V. 1995 Under siege: poaching and protection of greater one-horned rhinoceroses in India. Delhi, Traffic India, pp. i-iv, 1-114
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Indian Rhino
India. Killing of rhino calves by tigers (their only natural predator). Recorded instances: 1952, 2 (mother and calf) in Gorumara 1968-69, 1 calf outside sanctuary 1981, 1 calf in Jaldapara.
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