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File AvailableCooke, M. 1999 Airlifting immobilized rhinos. Pachyderm 27: 55-58, tables 1-2
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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African Rhino Species
Airlifting in South Africa. The KwaZulu Natal Nature Conservation Services (KNNCS) (formally Natal Parks Board and KwaZulu Directorate of Nature Conservation) manages approximately 1,811 white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) and 628 black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) in eight parks in the prov...
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File AvailableBoeer, M.; Brain, C.; Cantzler. T.; Hamza, H.; Venzke, K. 1999 Reintroduction of a captive born white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) to the Etosha National Park Part II: Behaviour in the boma, procedures before and locomotion during the first ten weeks after release and observations from June until November. Zoologische Garten 69: 73-81, figs. 1-6
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
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Black Rhino
Zoo born animal released in Namibia - Diceros bicornis . Management and behavioural monitoring in the boma Feeding regimen and water supply for the rhino in the boma up to the point of release are described earlier (B?er et al. 1997). Some of the rhino's basic behavioural patterns of daily act...
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File AvailableBoeer, M.; Brain, C.; Cantzler. T.; Hamza, H.; Venzke, K. 1999 Reintroduction of a captive born white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) to the Etosha National Park Part II: Behaviour in the boma, procedures before and locomotion during the first ten weeks after release and observations from June until November. Zoologische Garten 69: 73-81, figs. 1-6
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
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Black Rhino
Release of zooborn animal in Namibia - Diceros bicornis. Monitoring of the rhino's locomotion after release ?Kai's' wanderings and his localizations were checked daily during the first two weeks after release either from the ground by car and by hiking through the terrain or from the air by ...
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File AvailableKruger, M.; Grobler, D.G.; Malan, J.H. 1999 Boma management and translocation of white rhino in the Kruger National Park: pp. 16-35

In: Mehrdadfar, F. et al. Proceedings of the First Rhino Keepers' workshop 1999, sponsored by Disney's Animal Kingdom. [No place], Rhino Keepers Workshop
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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White Rhino
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File AvailableErb, P. 1999 Black rhino conservation and translocation in Namibia: pp. 36-39

In: Mehrdadfar, F. et al. Proceedings of the First Rhino Keepers' workshop 1999, sponsored by Disney's Animal Kingdom. [No place], Rhino Keepers Workshop
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Africa - Southern Africa - Namibia
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Black Rhino
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File AvailableAdcock, K.; Hansen, H.; Lindemann, H. 1998 Lessons from the introduced black rhino population in Pilanesberg National Park. Pachyderm 26: 40-51, figs. 1-5, tables 1-4, photos 1-5
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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Black Rhino
Release in Pilanesberg NP - Diceros bicornis. It was noted in 1981-83, that the rhinos released without on-site boma keeping were highly disturbed, which increased the rate of these new animals encountering and fighting previously introduced rhino.
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File AvailableTaylor, M. 1998 Research into the possible reasons for a lack of ovarian cycling in an 18 year old female white rhino (Ceratotherium simum simum)(work in progress). EEP Research Group Newsletter 5: 5-6
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Africa - Southern Africa - Zimbabwe
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White Rhino
Ceratotherium simum transferred to Matusadona, Zimbabwe, all died. In any future such exercises, much more attention should be paid to monitoring the progress of translocated animals than was the case in the Matusadona exercise, especially when being moved into tsetse fly infested areas. Previo...
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File AvailableAdcock, K.; Hansen, H.; Lindemann, H. 1998 Lessons from the introduced black rhino population in Pilanesberg National Park. Pachyderm 26: 40-51, figs. 1-5, tables 1-4, photos 1-5
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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Black Rhino
Release in Pilanesberg NP - Diceros bicornis. For introductions 1981-83, the animals were not kept in bomas before or after transport.
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File AvailableAdcock, K.; Hansen, H.; Lindemann, H. 1998 Lessons from the introduced black rhino population in Pilanesberg National Park. Pachyderm 26: 40-51, figs. 1-5, tables 1-4, photos 1-5
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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Black Rhino
Release in Pilanesberg NP - Diceros bicornis. Out of 19 initial reintroductions 91981-83), only 2 males were subadult on arrival, which may have played a significant role in the success of these initial reintroductions. In 1989, 5 subadults (3/2) were brought, and the 3 males, aged 15-27 months...
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File AvailableAdcock, K.; Hansen, H.; Lindemann, H. 1998 Lessons from the introduced black rhino population in Pilanesberg National Park. Pachyderm 26: 40-51, figs. 1-5, tables 1-4, photos 1-5
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Africa - Southern Africa - South Africa
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Black Rhino
Release in Pilanesberg NP - Diceros bicornis. Males seemed less inclined than females to explore remote parts of the reserve. Males settled in the main valleys near the release sites, while females found ranges in suitable areas throughout most of Pilanesberg.
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