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File AvailableBasel Zoo; Wirz-Hlavacek, G.; Zschokke, S.; Studer, P. 2001 International studbook for the greater one-horned rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis Linne, 1758: report date 31 December 2000. Basel, Zoologischer Garten, pp. 1-54
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Indian Rhino
Studbook update Rhinoceros unicornis, 31.12.1999 Lists nos. 1-266 Alive 138 (75/63) animals in 53 institutions. In 1999, 8 (4/4( were born, 5 (2/3) died, worldwide.
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Iles, G. 2001 The complete collection of The Zoological Gardens, Belle Vue, Manchester, 1955. Zoo! 18: 52-59
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Black Rhino
Inventory of 1955: 1.1 African black rhinoceros (Rhinoceros bicornis): 'Reggie' and 'Maggie' from Tanganyika.
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File AvailableBaishya, G.; Kalita, A.; Chakraborty, A. 2001 Anatomy of the distal sesamoid of Indian one-horned rhinoceros. Indian Veterinary Journal 78 (September): 824-825, fig. 1
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Indian Rhino
Eight numbers of distal sesamoid bones from two dead Indian one-horned rhinoceros were taken for this study. These bones from both fore and hind limbs were collected from Assam State Zoo, Guwahati after burial. These animals were approximately 18 to 23 years of age.
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File AvailableCarlyon, D. 2001 Dan Rice: the most famous man you've never heard of. New York, PublicAffairs, pp. i-xix, 1-506
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailablePrabhakar, B. 2001 Management of Lucknow Zoological Gardens. Zoos Print 16 (7) July): 1-4, 6 plates, 1 map, 1 table
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableMuehling, P. 2000 Nuremberg, Germany. EAZA News 29: 16
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Indian Rhino
1999, male born on 8 Oct 1999, 'Albrecht', mother Purana, father Noel
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File AvailableTalukdar, B.K. 2000 The current state of rhino in Assam and threats in the 21st century. Pachyderm 29: 39-47, fig. 1, photos 1-5, tables 1-6
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Indian Rhino
King Rohan Singha. Although it is commonly believed that rhinos came to Pabitora only during the 1970s, history reveals that they have been present there and in the Mayong area since 1925. According to the local people, during the tenure of King Rohan Singha, a rhino calf was brought to the pal...
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File AvailableOchs, A. 2000 Zur derzeitigen Situation der Breitmaulnashoerner weltweit. Bongo, Berlin 30: 129-131
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White Rhino
From the age distribution of white rhinos in captivity is shown that most animals are now on either side of the middle age. It is positive that especially in the USA increasingly more rhinos are kept in larger groups. In Europe we are concerned about the large number of collections where 1 or 2...
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2000 The menagerie of the monastery in Theyboo, Myanmar. Back When and Then 4 (1): xiv
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Sumatran Rhino
Menagerie in gardens of a monastery in Theyboo visited by A. Thomas-Anquetil in 1859. He said that it showed rhinoceros at that time.
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File AvailableHoleckova, D.; Tomasova, K. 2000 Birth of northern white rhino in Dvur Kralove. EAZA News 32: 19, fig. 1
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White Rhino
Female born 29 June 2000. Could be observed live on the internet. Mother Najin was born July 1989 at Dvur Kralove. Male Saut wild-born in 1972 in Sudan and arrived Sep 1975. Saut was on loan to San Diego 1989-1998 with 2 females, but no pregnancy resulted. Returned to Dvur Kralove on 15 July...
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