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File AvailableZimmermann, D.E. 2009 The occurrence of piroplasms in various South African black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) populations. M.Sc. Thesis Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, University of Pretoria, pp. 1-39
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File AvailableJokela, T.; Eronen, J.T.; Kaakinen, A.; Liu, Liping; Passey, B.H.; Zhang, Zhaoqun; Fu, Mingkai 2005 Translation of Otto Zdansky’s “The Localities of the Hipparion Fauna of Baode County in Northwest Shanxi” (1923). Palaeontologia Electronica 8 (1); 3A: 10 pp, 10 figs [http://palaeo-electronica.org/paleo/2005_1/jokela3/issue1_05.htm]
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Details: six rhinoceros species - four of them belong to the genus Teleoceras, one to the genus Aceratherium, and another one to Sinotherium lagrelii Ringström.
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File AvailableWintergerst, M. 1932 Reisen auf dem Mittellaendischen Meere, der Nordsee, nach Ceylon und nach Java 1688-1710. Haag, Martinus Nijhoff, vol. 2, pp. i-xi, 1-152
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[Cape of Good Hope]
[1713: 208; 1932: 19]
indessen haben sie [Elephanten] doch auch ihre Feinde, nemlich die Rinoceros, oder so genandt Naß-Hörner, deren ich zwar wohl ein todtes ausgefülltes, aber kein lebendiges gesehen.
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Varthema, L. di 1928 The itinerary of Ludovico di Varthema of Bologna from 1502 to 1508 as translated from the original Italian edition of 1510, by John Winter Jones in 1863 for the Hakluyt Society, with a discourse on Varthema and his travels in Southern Asia by Sir Richard. London, The Argonaut Press, pp. i-lxxxv, 1-121
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In another part of the said temple [in Mecca] is an enclosed place in which there are two live unicorns, and these are shown as very remarkable objects, which they certainly are. The elder is formed like a colt of 30 months old, and he has a horn in the forehead, which horn is about three bracci...
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File AvailableBoule, M. 1917 O zubnom apparate … Borissyak 1914 … (De l'appareil dentaire de l'Elasmotherium caucasicum). L'Anthropologie 28: 163-165
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This article by M. Boule represents a translation of the Borissyak (1914) paper "O zubnom apparate …" available here.
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File AvailableSan Antonio, G.Q. de 1914 Breve et veridique relation des evenements du Cambodge Nouvelle edition du texte espagnol avec une traduction et des notes par A. Cabaton. Paris, Ernest Leroux, pp. i-vii, i-xxviii, 1-261
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[Full text in original language] Description de Cambodge. Les rhinoc?ros [badas] y sont nombreux - hors de ce pays il n'y en a point, sauf ? Sofala, qui est une contr?e d'Afrique o? ils ne sont pas aussi bons que ceux du Cambodge. - La corne, la peau, le sang, les d?fenses et les dents, ainsi qu...
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File AvailableBermudez, J. 1902 This is a short account of the embassy which the patriarch D Joao Bermudez brought from the Emperor of Ethiopia, vulgarly called Preste John, to the most Christian and zealous-in-the-faith-of-Christ King of Portugal, D Joao Lisbon, 1565: pp. 122 ff.

In: Whiteway, R.S. The Portuguese expedition to Abyssinia in 1541-1543 as narrated by Castanhosa, with some contemporary letters, the short account of Bermudez, and certain extraits from Correa. London, Hakluyt Society, Works Second Series, vol. 10: pp. i-cxxxii, 1-296, 1-24
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African Rhino Species
Cap. LI Kingdom of Damute = Ethiopia There is found in this country a kind of unicorn, which is wild and timid, of the shape of a horse and the size of an ass.
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File AvailableChys, J.A. van der 1889 Nederlandsch-Indisch Plakaatboek 1602-1811, volume 5, 1743-1750. Batavia, Landsdrukkerij and 's Hage, M. Nijhoff, pp. i, 1-787
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Asian Rhino Species
Dutch text of resolutions by the government in the Dutch East Indies

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1 September 1747.
Uitlooving eener premie van 10 rijksdaalders voor het dooden van een rhinoceros of tyger.
De Commissaris tot en over de zaken van den inlander had voor dat doel reeds voorgeschoten 860 ri...
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File AvailableBruce, J. 1804 Travels to discover the source of the Nile 1768-1773, second edition. Edinburgh, J. Ruthven for G.G.J. and London, J. Robinson, vol. 7
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RHINOCEROS
Naturalists seem now in general to be agreed that there are two species of this quadruped, the first having two horns upon his nose, the second one. It is also a generally received opinion, that these different species are confined to distant places of the old cont...
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File AvailablePasteur, J.D. 1798 Bladwijzer van de voorwerpen van natuurlijke historie, door Le Vaillant op zijne reizen waargenoomen, gerangschikt naar het Systhema Naturae Linnaei edit Gmelin, Lips 1782: pp. 355-364

In: Levaillant, F. Reize in de binnenlanden van Afrika. Leyden en Amsterdam, Honkoop en Allart: vol. 5, pp. i-iii, 1-384, 337-394
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Rhinoceros bicornis, tweehoornige Rhinoceros; IV, 174, 322, 356, 362, 366.
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