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File AvailablePawlowska, K. 2015 Studies on Pleistocene and Holocene mammals from Poland: The legacy of Edward Feliks Lubicz-Niezabitowski (1875–1946). Quaternary International 379: 118-127
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File AvailableSchvyreva, A.K. 2015 On the importance of the representatives of the genus Elasmotherium (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia) in the biochronology of the Pleistocene of Eastern Europe. Quaternary International 379: 128-134
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File AvailableBayshashov, B.U.; Billia, E.M.E. 2011 Records of Tapiroidea Gray, 1825 (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Kazakhstan – An overview. Acta Palaeontologica Romaniae VII: (i-xvii) 1-7, figs. 1-2
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File AvailableDeng, Tao 2006 An Early Pleistocene mammalian fauna from the Linxia Basin in Northeastern China. A Power Point presentation for the INQUA International Symposium “Quaternary of Baikalia – Stratigraphy, Paleontology and Paleoenvironments of the Pliocene-Pleistocene of Transbaikalia and Interregional Correlations”, Ulan-Ude.
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File AvailableKoufos, G.D.; Syrides, G.E.; Kostopoulos, D.S.; Koliadimou, K.K.; Sylvestrou, I.A.; Seitanidis, G.C.; Vlachou, T.D. 1997 New excavations in the Neogene mammalian localities of Mytilinii, Samos Island, Greece. Geodiversitas 19: 877-885
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File AvailableReshetov, V.YU.; Spassov, N.; Bayshashov, B.U. 1993 Tenisia gen. nov. – Taxonomic revaluation of the Asian Oligocene rhinocerotoid Eggysodon turgaicum (Borissiak, 1915) (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Hyracodontidae). Géobios, Lyon; 26 (6): 715-722, 3 figs, 1 tab.
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Note - Later, in 1994, the name "Tenisia" has been changed in "Teniseggisodon", because "Tenisia" is a name already assigned to a brachyopod genus.
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File AvailableSkinner, J.D.; Smithers, R.H.N. 1990 The mammals of the southern African subregion, new edition. Pretoria, University of Pretoria, pp. i-xxxii, 1-771
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Some characteristic features which serve to distinguish them from their near relative, the white rhinoceros, Ceratotheriurn simum, include their possession of a prehensile upper lip (Fig. 296.1), which is used in grasping the twigs of the woody plants on which they feed, the shorter head, longer ...
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File AvailableSkinner, J.D.; Smithers, R.H.N. 1990 The mammals of the southern African subregion, new edition. Pretoria, University of Pretoria, pp. i-xxxii, 1-771
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One of the most obvious characters that differentiates them is the square lips of C. simum (Fig. 295.1) and the hooked, prehensile upper lip of D. bicornis, which are adaptations to and in their feeding habits, and they may also be referred to in this way.
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File AvailableAshley, M.V.; Melnick, D.J.; Western, D. 1990 Conservation genetics of the black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), I: Evidence from the Mitochondrial DNA of three populations. Conservation Biology 4 (1): 71-77, fig. 1, tables 1-4
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White Rhino
These findings for the black rhino stand in sharp contrast to the level and distribution of mtDNA differences reported for the white rhino. The southern white rhino, Ceratotberium simum simum, has recovered quite well from a population bottleneck that occurred at the turn of the century, and now...
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File AvailableAshley, M.V.; Melnick, D.J.; Western, D. 1990 Conservation genetics of the black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), I: Evidence from the Mitochondrial DNA of three populations. Conservation Biology 4 (1): 71-77, fig. 1, tables 1-4
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White Rhino
These findings for the black rhino stand in sharp contrast to the level and distribution of mtDNA differences reported for the white rhino. The southern white rhino, Ceratotberium simum simum, has recovered quite well from a population bottleneck that occurred at the turn of the century, and now...
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