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File AvailableJusoh, W.F.A.; Chua, M.A.H.; Bakker, P.A.J.; Kamminga, P.; Weller, D.; Rookmaaker, L.C.; Low, M.E.Y. 2022 A historical specimen of the Fishing Cat, Prionailurus viverrinus (Bennett, 1833) (Carnivora, Felidae) from Singapore in the zoological collection of the Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden. Zoosystematics and Evolution 98 (1): 43-53
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The Fishing Cat is not a species known to inhabit Singapore. However, a historical specimen stated to have come from Singapore in 1819 and attributed to Pierre-Médard Diard (RMNH.MAM.59688) is now housed at Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, the Netherlands. Two hundred years after it was ob...
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File AvailableRobovsky, J.; Rookmaaker, L.C.; Groves, C.P. 2022 Several zoological comments to depictions of jaguar and rhinoceros in the art of Roelandt Savery. Archivum Trebonense 15 (Bestia – Animals in historical context): 78-87 - - https://digi.ceskearchivy.cz/539312/81
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File AvailableGuertler, W.D. 2022 Requiem fur einem Freund: In memoriam Dr Bernhard Blaszkiewitz. Tiergarten 2022 (2): 20-26
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File AvailableOlympia Auctions 2022 Auction sale: Antique arms, armour and militaria. London, Wednesday 29th June 2022. London, Olympia Auctions
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File AvailableKawata, K. 2022 A sunset for the giant: remembering Bill Conway. ZAA Journal (Zoological Association of America) 16 (2): 12-21
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Simons, F. 2022 The donkey of Anšan: a rhino in Mesopotamia? Notes on the construction of meaning in a bilingual proverb. Journal of Ancient Civilizations 37 (1): 1-31 - doi: 10.16758/j.cnki.1004-9371.2022.02.013
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This paper is a detailed study of a short bilingual proverb about exotic animals. It is suggested that one of these animals is an Indian rhinoceros, and that the proverb is the earliest textual reference to this animal in world history. In support of this suggestion a comprehensive investigation ...
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File AvailableZhao, K.; Jiang, K.; Wang, Y.; Tong, H.; Zhang, Y.; Ge, J.; Zhou, X.; Jin, C.; Li, X. 2022 New radiocarbon evidence on the woolly mammoth and rhinoceros in China. Acta Anthropologica Sinica 41 (3) Jun: 551-562, 5 figures, 2 tables, doi:10.16359/j.1000-3193/AAS.2021.0039
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File AvailableLiesowska, A.; Sukhova, V. 2021 Teenage woolly rhino could have been hunted by predators into water where it drowned. Siberian Times 26 Jan: 1-12, 12 plates
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File AvailableSass, M. 2021 Liebelei und Fehde: Frühneuzeitliche Pokale aus Rhinozeros-Horn als Wissensobjekte. In: Bauernfeind, R.; Rudolph, P. Bilder exotischer Tiere. Zwischen wissenschaftlicher Erfassung und gesellschaftlicher Normierung 1500–1800. Augsburg, pp. 96-124
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File AvailableYang, Y.; Chen, F. 2021 Imaginary world: Image distortion of rhinoceros in Ming Dynasty. Journal of Dialectics of nature 43 (7): 78-84
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