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 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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File AvailableHempel, E.; Bibi, F.; Faith, J.T.; Brink, J.S.; Kalthoff, D.C.; Kamminga, P.; Paijmans, J.L.A.; Westbury, M.V.; Hofreiter, M. ; Zachos, F.E. 2021 Identifying the true number of specimens of the extinct blue antelope (Hippotragus leucophaeus. Nature: Scientific Reports 11: 2100: 1-14 - https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-80142-2
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File AvailableMartinho, B.A. 2021 Rhino horns and scraps of unicorn: the sense of touch and the consumption of rhino horns in early modern Iberia. Luxury 8 (1): 77-103 - https://doi.org/10.1080/20511817.2020.1864598
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Bostock, S. 2021 Clara in Qatar: a new life for a Meissen porcelain rhinoceros. Luxury 8 (1): 59-75 - https://doi.org/10.1080/20511817.2020.1864598
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Ridley, G. 2021 One of a kind: Clara the rhinoceros in eighteenth-century Venice and the tale of a missing horn. Luxury 8 (1): 41-58 - https://doi.org/10.1080/20511817.2020.1864597
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File AvailableWillis, D. 2021 Nairobi National Park marks 75th anniversary. Swara, Nairobi July-September 2021: 31-34
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File AvailableChurch, J. 2021 Colin Church: public relations executive, conservationist, author and family man (1940-2021). Swara, Nairobi July-September 2021: 56-57
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File AvailableMahato, G.P.S.; Dahal, A. 2021 Boris Lissanevitch and Nepali tourism: history revisited. Journal of Tourism and Himalayan Adventures 3: 11-22
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File AvailableHwang, J. 2021 Conservation treatment and characteristics of the belt with rhinoceros-horn ornaments at the National Hangeul Museum. Conservation Science in Museum 25: 51-62
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The Belt with Rhinoceros-Horn Ornaments(known as a seodae in Korean) from the family of Princess Deokon's descendants housed in the National Hangeul Museum underwent emergency treatment for a special exhibition in 2019 upon the request of the National Hangeul Museum. Priority was given to the...
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File AvailableIRF - International Rhino Foundation 2021 Rhino Resource Center surpasses major milestone. https://rhinos.org/blog/rhino-resource-center-surpasses-major-milestone/
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2021 Notice of Shibani Bose: Mega mammals in ancient India. Pachyderm 62: 145
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2021 Early photographs of the greater one-horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) in the wild. Pachyderm 62: 98-104
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File AvailableDutta, D.K. 2021 Pachyderm pal: Dr Kees Rookmaaker. Assam Tribune 7 November 2021
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File AvailableCooke, R. 2021 The pull of the pachyderm (exhibition at Barber Institute). Observer (London) 14 November 2021: 34
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File AvailableAnonymous 2021 Miss Clara, the Indian rhinoceros, and other fantastic beasts (exhibition at Barber Institute). Art Newspaper (Web) 4 November 2021: 1
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Low, M.E.Y.; Lim, K.K.P.; Ng, P.K.L. 2021 The first Singapore biodiversity expedition: the legacy of Pierre-Médard Diard and Alfred Duvaucel. In: Dorai, F.; Low, M.E.Y., Diard & Duvaucel: French natural history drawings of Singapore and Southeast Asia, 1818-1820. Singapore, Epigram: pp. 36-51
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2021 The Diard and Duvaucel collection of drawings. In: Dorai, F.; Low, M.E.Y., Diard & Duvaucel: French natural history drawings of Singapore and Southeast Asia, 1818-1820. Singapore, Epigram: pp. 53-179
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File AvailableSvanberg, I.; Stahlberg, S. 2021 Thunberg's barbary lion. Svenska Linnesallskapets Arsskrift 2021: 182-184
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File AvailableJackson, F.M.; Jansen, J.J.F.J.; Baglione, G.; Callou, C. 2021 Mammals collected and illustrated by the Baudin Expedition to Australia and Timor (1800-1804): A review of the current taxonomy of specimens in the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle and the illustrations in the Muséum d’Histoire naturelle du Havre. Zoosystema 43 (21): 387-548
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File AvailableWeller, D. 2020 Stamford Raffles and the two French naturalists (Duvaucel and Diard). BiblioAsia Aug-Sep 2020: 4-9
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File AvailableSen, Amrita 2020 Locating the rhinoceros and the Indian: strangers, trade, and the East India Company in Thomas Heywood's Porta Pietatis. In: Finlayson, J.C., Sen, A. (eds). Civic Performance: Pageantry and Entertainments in Early Modern London. London, pp. 32-49
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File AvailableGhimire, T.R.; Bhattarai, A.; Ojha, N.; Pant, P.; Aryal, S. 2020 Wildlife diplomacy and gifting in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya region: a chronological history and opinion of Nepalese literates. In: Regmi, G.R.; Huettmann, F. (eds), Hindu Kush-Himalaya watersheds downhill: landscape ecology and conservation perspectives. Springer, pp. 419-433
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File AvailableHopcraft, J.G.C.; Laurenson, M.K. 2020 Markus Borner, a life at the conservation front line. Conservation Biology 34 (3): 769-770
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File AvailableBiedermann, Z.; Gerritsen, A.; Riello, G. 2020 Global gifts and the material culture of diplomacy in early modern Eurasia. Cambridge University Press
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File AvailableJohn, J. 2020 Marcellus Adi Riyanto: The Indonesian vet who lived for the Sumatran rhino. www.mongabay.com 19 June 2020: 1-5
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File AvailableKawata, K. 2020 European zoo potpouri. ZAA Journal (Zoological Association of America) 14 (2): 8-22
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File AvailableBehie, A.M. 2020 Colin Peter Groves: Taxonomist, conservationist, friend and teacher. Pachyderm 61: 203-204
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File AvailableParker, I.S.C.; Graham, A.D. 2020 Part I. Policies of confusion 1960-1978: Elephant ivory, rhino horn and hippo teeth. Pachyderm 61: 153-160
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The paper reviews official policies on ivory and its possession in colonial Uganda and Kenya and in the immediate post-colonial period. Treating it as a currency, the Governments asserted a monopoly over it, only allowing ownership and trade under licence. However, in ignorance of its role withi...
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File AvailableThompson, N. 2020 The remarkable story of London Zoo's first Komodo Dragons. Journal of the Bartlett Society 28: 4-25
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Bose, S. 2020 Mega mammals in ancient India: rhinos, tigers & elephants. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, pp. i-xix, 1-361
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File AvailableThackeray, J.F. 2020 African roan antelope, ethiopian ‘unicorns’ and european medieval art. Digging Stick 37 (2): 17-19
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File AvailableNene, L.N. 2020 South Africa: a day in the life of Lawrence Nkosikhona Nene. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2020: 35
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2020 Review of T.P. Barnard, Imperial creatures (2019). Archives of Natural History 47 (2): 413
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2020 Review of Divyabhanusinh, The story of India's unicorns (2018). Archives of Natural History 47 (2): 416
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File AvailableZiolko, T. 2020 Wilhelm Karl Hartwig Peters (1815-1883) – Zweiter Direktor vom Zoo Berlin. Takin (Berlin) 29 (1): 42-43
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File AvailableAlbrecht, D. 2020 Das Gelände hinter dem Kassenhaus am Schlosseingang vom Tierpark Berlin. Takin (Berlin) 29 (2): 19-22
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Beusterien, J. 2020 Transoceanic animals as spectacle in early modern Spain. Amsterdam University Press, pp. 1-254
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File AvailableMaksymiuk, K.; Kubik, A.; Skupniewicz, P. 2020 The rock relief at Rag-i-Bibi: can it be considered as sasanian. In: Ancient and medieval cultures of Central Asia. St. Petersburg, 10-12 November 2020 St. Petersburg, Russian Academy of Sciences, pp. 239-243
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File AvailableSchuerer, U. 2020 Giza Zoo Kairo - Jahresbericht von 1899 bis 1910. Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 8: 10-34
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File AvailableGuertler, W.D. 2020 Wer war das - oder: von wem hat dieses Viech seinen Namen? Teil V [Australien]. Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 8: 48-101
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File AvailableLangmeyer, S. 2020 Vom Landwehrkanal an den Auer-Muhlbach - Erinnerungen an Tierparkdirektor Heinz Heck und sein Hellabrunn. Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 8: 215-264
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File AvailableSukhova, V. 2020 A well preserved woolly rhino with its last meal intact found in the extreme north of Yakutia. Siberian Times 29 Dec: 1-7, 7 plates
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File AvailableDutta A.; Das D. 2020 Rhinoceros unicornis in India since prehistoric times. Indian Journal of Archaeology 5 (2): 1-23
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File AvailableChen, K.Y.; Song, Z.; Liu, Y.; Anderson, M. 2020 Seven rhinos captured. In: Reading of Sh?ng Inscriptions. Springer, Singapore: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-6214-3_78
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File AvailableStanford, C. 2019 The difference between rhinos. New York Times 2 April 2019: 1
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File AvailableHazelton, J. 2019 The rhinoceros in the room: Domitian quadrantes, RIC 248-251. Online at www.hazeltoncoll.com
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File AvailableMuehlbauer, M. 2019 The rhinoceros-horn beakers of Menelik II of Ethiopia: materiality, ritual and kingship. West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 26 (1): 61-79
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Three rhinoceros-horn beakers, now held in storage at the Smithsonian Institution, were the most valuable gifts among many given by Menelik II, emperor of Ethiopia (1889–1913), to the United States ambassador (Herman) Hoffman Philip between 1909 and 1910. Ethiopia, surrounded on all sides by co...
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File AvailableSchuerer, U. 2019 Nochmals uber den Jardin d'Acclimatisation, Paris. Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 17 Feb 2017 (Sonderband): 46-64
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2019 Mauled by a rhinoceros: the final years of Alfred Duvaucel (1793-1824) in India. Zoosystema (Paris) 41 (14): 259-267
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Alfred Duvaucel, stepson of Georges Cuvier, collected animals for the Museum of Natural History in Paris, France, during visits to India and South-East Asia from 1817 to 1824. In early 1823, he set out from Chandernagor traveling upstream on the Ganges, intending to reach Nepal or Tibet. During a...
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File AvailableLemjidi, F.; Oulmakki, N. 2019 Note on the discovery of new engravings in North Akka (Morocco). Anthropologie 123: 116-122
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File AvailableMolur, S. 2019 Wildlife's wonder woman - Sally Raulston Walker (12 October 1944 - 22 August 2019). Journal of Threatened Taxa 11 (10): 14247-14248
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File AvailableVeen, S. van der 2019 Colombiaanse neushoorns in Tunja [draft]. Draft of contribution, pp. 1-4
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File AvailableLevine, E.I.; Plekhov, D. 2019 Reconsidering Rag-i Bibi: Authority and audience in the Sasanian east. Afghanistan 2 (2): 233-260
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File AvailableHarris, K.L. 2019 Untangling centuries of South African Chinese diasporas: molluscs/abalone, ungulates/rhinos and equidae/donkeys. South African Historical Journal 2019 online first: 1-19 - 10.1080/02582473.2019.1662834
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File AvailableSheldrick, A. 2019 Obituary: Daphne Sheldrick - conservation icon saluted. Pachyderm 60: 148-149
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File AvailableParker, I.S.C. 2019 Uganda: elephants, people and fire in the Gulu District. Pachyderm 60: 105-109
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2019 Debunked: the name of the white rhinoceros. Pachyderm 60: 131-132
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C. 2019 Lady Curzon and the establishment of Kaziranga National Park. Pachyderm 60: 110-111
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Gallordo Luque, A. 2019 La representacion del Unicornio en la cultura del occidente cristiano plenomedieval. Dissertaion presented to the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, pp. 1-810
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File AvailableWyhe, J. van 2019 Johann Gaspar Spurzheim: the St. Paul of phrenology. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 2019: 1-12 - DOI: 10.1080/0964704X.2019.1683430
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File AvailableSpary, E.C. 2019 On the ironic specimen of the unicorn horn in enlightened cabinets. Journal of Social History 52 (4): 1033-1060
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File AvailableKabir, A. 2019 Mughal paintings of hunt with their aristocracy. Arts and Humanities Open Access Journal 3 (1): 65-67 - DOI: 10.15406/ahoaj.2019.03.00108
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File AvailableGuertler, W.D. 2019 Wer war das - oder: von wem hat dieses Viech seinen Namen? Teil IV. Bulette: Mitteilungen aus der Tiergartenbiologie 7: 46-91
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File AvailableGrouw, H.van; Dekkers, W. 2019 Various Gallus varius hybrids: variation in junglefowl hybrids and Darwin's interest in them. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 139 (4): 355-371
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Low, M.E.Y. 2019 Voyageurs, explorateurs et scientifiques: the French and natural history in Singapore. Singapore, National University of Singapore, pp. i-xiv, 1-398
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File AvailableMishra, D.; Behera, P.R. 2019 Gopalji temple of Sambalpur: a repository of arts. Odisha Historical Research Journal 58 (1-2): 89-114
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Gallardo Luque, A. 2019 La representación del unicornio en la cultura del occidente cristiano plenomedieval. Thesis presented to the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, pp. 1-810
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File AvailableWeller, D. 2019 Pierre Médard Diard and Alfred Duvaucel: two French naturalists in the service of Sir Stamford Raffles. In: Voyageurs, explorateurs et scientifiques: the French and natural history in Singapore, pp. 2-45
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File AvailableRaven, E. 2019 From third grade to top rate: the discovery of Gupta coin styles, and a mint group study for Kumaragupta I. In: Wessels-Mevissen, C. & Mevissen G.J.R., Indology’s pulse: arts in context. Delhi, Aryan Books, pp. 195-222
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File AvailableSeyller, J.; Mittal, J. 2019 Central Indian paintings in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art. Hyderabad
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File AvailableBonhams Auctioneers 2018 Fine Chinese ceramics and works of art. Hong Kong 27 November 2018. Hong Kong, Bonhams
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File AvailableBonhams Auctioneers 2018 Fine Chinese art. London 8 November 2018. London, Bonhams
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File AvailableMartinez Garcia, P. 2018 Mapping the New World: medieval traditions of Othering. Vegueta: Anuario de la Facultad de Geografía e Historia 18: 119-131
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File AvailableBending, Z.J. 2018 Improving conservation outcomes: understanding scientific, historical and cultural dimensions of the illicit trade in rhinoceros horn. Environment and History 24 (2): 149-186
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Divyabhanusinh 2018 Under the British and beyond. In: Divyabhanusinh, Das, A.K. & Bose, S., 2018. The story of India's unicorns. Mumbai, Marg Foundation, pp. 98-114
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Das, A.K. 2018 At large in art and culture. In: Divyabhanusinh, Das, A.K. & Bose, S., 2018. The story of India's unicorns. Mumbai, Marg Foundation, pp. 81-96
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Das, A.K. 2018 The unicorn and the great Mughals. In: Divyabhanusinh, Das, A.K. & Bose, S., 2018. The story of India's unicorns. Mumbai, Marg Foundation, pp. 63-78
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Bose, S. 2018 A search through antiquity. In: Divyabhanusinh, Das, A.K. & Bose, S., 2018. The story of India's unicorns. Mumbai, Marg Foundation, pp. 45-60
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Bose, S. 2018 Before the written word. In: Divyabhanusinh, Das, A.K. & Bose, S., 2018. The story of India's unicorns. Mumbai, Marg Foundation, pp. 33-42
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Divyabhanusinh; Das, A.K.; Bose, S. 2018 The story of India's unicorns. Mumbai, Marg Foundation, pp. 1-151
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File AvailableBlock, E. 2018 The Royal Antwerp Zoological Gardens: zoological treasures from its 175-year history. Zoo Grapevine & International Zoo News 47: 18-25
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File AvailablePandolfi, L. 2018 Evolutionary history of Rhinocerotina (Mammalia, Perissodactyla). Fossilia (2018): 27-32, 1 fig, 1 Pl
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File AvailableGschwend, A. Jordan 2018 The Emperor’s exotic and new world animals: Hans Khevenhüller and Habsburg menageries in Vienna and Prague. In: MacGregor, A. (ed), Naturalists in the field: collecting, recording and preserving the natural world from the 15th to the 21st century. Leiden, Brill, pp. 76-103
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File AvailableNowak-Kemp, M. 2018 William Burchell in Southern Africa, 1811-1815. In: MacGregor, A. (ed), Naturalists in the field: collecting, recording and preserving the natural world from the 15th to the 21st century. Leiden, Brill, pp. 500-549
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File AvailableBradley-Martin, P.; Stiles, D. 2018 Esmond Bradley Martin 1941-2018 - a tribute. Swara October-December 2018: 20-23
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File AvailableGlen, I. 2018 Shoot the Messager? How the Secretarybird Sagittarius serpentarius got its names (mostly wrong). Ostrich 89 (3): 287-290
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File AvailableNilam, A. 2018 Rhino vet Dr Agvinta: interview. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) 2018: 38-39
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File AvailableThomas del Mar Ltd 2018 Auction of an Indian dagger with rhinoceros horn hilt. London
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Plumb, C. 2018 Bird sellers and animal merchants. In: Curry, H.A., Jardine, Secord, Spary (eds) Worlds of Natural History. Cambridge University Press: pp. 255-279
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C.; Wyhe, J.van 2018 A price list of birds collected by Alfred Russel Wallace inserted in The Ibis of 1863. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138 (4): 335-345, fig. 1
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Vol. 5 of The Ibis (1863) contained four loose inserts advertising specimens for sale by the natural history dealer Samuel Stevens. One of these represents the remaining stock of birds obtained by Alfred Russel Wallace during his expedition to the Malay Archipelago in 1854–62. A total of 246 sp...
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File AvailableDias, N. 2018 Christophe-Augustin Lamare-Picquot and the fate of his collection: networks, commercial transactions and museums. In: B. Savoy, C. Guichard and C. Howald, eds. Acquiring cultures: Histories of world art on western markets. DeGruyter, London, pp. 191–207.
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Asia - South Asia - Bangladesh
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Javan Rhino
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Wilke, H.J. 2018 Die Geschichte der Tierillustration in Deutschland 1850-1950. Rangsdorf, Basilisken Presse, pp. 1-496
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File AvailableMedrano Bigas, P. 2018 Cupples tyres, the power of the rhinoceros [English translation]. In: The Forgotten Years of Bibendum. Michelin’s American Period in Milltown:. Thesis presented to University of Barcelona, pp. 1847-1895
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File AvailableHeiblum, A. 2018 En la antipoda del rinoceronte. Ludus Vitalis 26 (50): 219-221
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File AvailableWestaway, J. 2018 Thinking like a mountain: the life and career of E. O. Shebbeare. Alpine Journal 122: 205-218
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