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File AvailableBruneau de Laborie, E. 1924 La mission transafricaine. L'Illustration No 4229 (March 22): 261-262, 5 images
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Africa - Western Africa - Chad
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Black Rhino
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File AvailableMayer, C. 1921 Up a tree in the jungle. Asia 21: 493-498
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Asia - South East Asia - Malaysia
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Asian Rhino Species
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File AvailableMarx, E.; Koch, A. 1910 Neues aus der Schausammlung: das Indische Nashorn. Bericht des Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 41 (3): 161-171, figs. 1-7
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World
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Indian Rhino
The animals are good mothers and to obain a young one, the mother must first be killed. That is the only way to get one for a zoo, as with the animal's great strength, it is impossible to catch and transport any but the young animals. As it is not easy to raise the young and the distance from c...
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File AvailableSanborn, E.R. 1908 Interesting animal surgery. Bulletin of the New York Zoological Society 30: 432-433, fig. 1
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Captive - North America
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Indian Rhino
New York Zoo - Rhinoceros unicornis . On 28 May 1908, an interesting and unusual operation was performed on our Indian Rhinoceros ?Mogul' by Dr George G. van Mater, of Brooklyn, for cataracts in both eyes. Mogul was cast, by means of combination side line and hobbles, with considerable difficul...
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File AvailableZoological Institute 1835 Death of the rhinoceros. Fayetteville Weekly Observer Tuesday 21 April 1835: 1
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableDouwe Mout 1749 Avis divers: Rhinoceros [exhibited in Paris]. Affiches de Paris, Avis Divers etc. Lundy 27 Janvier 1749: 4-5
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Indian Rhino
Les Affiches de Paris

cf. Heikamp 1980: 313-314


27 January 1749

De par le Roi, et M. le Lieutenant Général de Police. Messieurs et Dames, vous êtes avertis qu'il est arrivé depuis peu dans cette ville, un animal nommé Rhinocerot, animal qu'on a cru apocriphe...
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