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File AvailableAviruppola, A.J.M.K.; Rajapakse, R.P.V.J.; Rajakaruna, R.S. 2016 Coprological survey of gastrointestinal parasites of mammals in Dehiwala National Zoological Gardens, Sri Lanka. Ceylon Journal of Science 45 (1): 83-96
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Asian Rhino Species
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File AvailableXiu Chen; Qin-Yuan Li; Gui-Ding Li; Hui Lei; Yi Jiang; Li Han; Xue-Shi Huang; Cheng-Lin Jiang 2016 Enterovirga rhinocerotis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from Rhinoceros unicornis faeces. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 2016 - doi:10.1007/s10482-016-0823-1: 1-10
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableWatkins, V.; Gregory, J. 1997 Conditioning for a greater one horned rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis) to accept foot treatment without anesthetic. Animal Keeper's Forum 24 (6): 250-256, 1 plate
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Indian Rhino
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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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Kunene, Namibia - Diceros bicornis. In 1994, 1 adult died from infection of Staphylococcus sp.
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File AvailablePenzhorn, B.L.; Krecek, R.C.; Horak, I.G.; Verster, A.J.M.; Walker, J.B.; Boomker, J.D.F.; Knapp, S.E.; Quandt, S.K.F. 1994 Parasites of African rhinos: a documentation: pp. 168-175, tables 1-2

In: Penzhorn, B.L. et al. Proceedings of a symposium on rhinos as game ranch animals. Onderstepoort, Republic of South Africa, 9-10 September 1994: pp. i-iv, 1-242
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Large Babesias, as yet unnamed, have been reported from black rhinos in Kenya and from white rhinos in KwaZulu Natal. Babesiosis was regarded as the cause of death of two black rhinos.
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File AvailableMeltzer, D.A.G. 1994 Diseases in free-ranging black and white rhinoceroses: pp. 176-179

In: Penzhorn, B.L. et al. Proceedings of a symposium on rhinos as game ranch animals. Onderstepoort, Republic of South Africa, 9-10 September 1994: pp. i-iv, 1-242
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African Rhino Species
The death of a black rhinoceros due to babesiosis has been reported. This was later questioned by Brocklesby who reported seeing Babesia parasites in blood smears from sick rhinoceroses but suggested that the presence of piroplasms did not necessarily indicate that they were pathogenic. Both a ...
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File AvailableFoose, T.J.; Zainuddin, Zainal Zahari 1991 Sumatran rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) studbook, Draft 10 Sep 1992. Apple Valley, CBSG, pp. 1-9
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Studbook Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. F #16, captured 07-87 Malaysia, died 09-88 Malacca, Salmonella
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File AvailableMacCulloch, B.; Achard, P.L. 1969 Mortalities associated with the capture, translocation, trade and exhibition of black rhinoceroses, Diceros bicornis. International Zoo Yearbook 9: 184-191
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Tanzania
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Black Rhino
Two deaths were attributed to babesiasis. It was unfortunate that no post-mortem examinations were carried out, and that blood smears only were available for examination. On these, large forms of Babesia were seen. The parasites appeared to be very similar to those described by Brocklesby (1967) ...
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File AvailableMacCulloch, B.; Achard, P.L. 1969 Mortalities associated with the capture, translocation, trade and exhibition of black rhinoceroses, Diceros bicornis. International Zoo Yearbook 9: 184-191
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Tanzania
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Black Rhino
It was noted that the Lamai rhinoceroses were essentially grass eaters, whereas those at the Grumeti browsed to a large extent on woodland bush. It is known that grazing, as distinct from browsing, encourages the propagation of intestinal parasites. Helminthiasis can be further aggravated by copr...
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