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File AvailableSclater, W.L. 1900 The mammals of South Africa, vol I: Primates, carnivora and ungulata. London, R.H. Porter, pp. i-xxxi, 1-324
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White Rhino
The skull (see fig. 75, p. 297), is altogether larger than in the other species, and the portion behind the orbit is drawn out, so that the angle formed at the occipital crest between the parietal and occipital regions is a very acute one; the front portion, too, of the mandible is much more depr...
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File AvailableAult Du Mesnil, G. d'; Mortillet, G. de; Acy, E. d'; Tardy, C. 1896 Dents de Rhinoceros - Discussion sur la Terrasse de Villefranche. Bulletins de la Societe d'Anthropologie de Paris Serie 4 (7): 37-48
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File AvailableSclater, W.L. 1891 Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta. Calcutta, Indian Museum, vol. 2, pp. i-xxix, 1-375
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Javan Rhino
Ossified mesethmoid in Rhinoceros sondaicus. The ossified mesethmoid (cf Fraser J. A. S. B., xliv, p. 10) is present in only two of the skulls in the collection; in one or two others, however, there are traces of where it should have been, but it has evidently dropped off in the cleaning of the...
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File AvailableGray, J.E. 1869 On the incisor teeth of the African rhinoceros. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1869 March 11: 225
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Black Rhino
Skull from Abyssinia. The skull of the nearly adult female specimen of Rhinaster keitloa in the British Museum killed by Mr. Jesse in Abyssinia has the small intermaxillary bones well preserved. They are not united together in front; the dental edge has unfortunately been injured in the varriag...
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File AvailableMilne Edwards, H. 1868 Observations sur le stereocere de Gall. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Paris (5) 10: 203-221, pls. 12-14
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Javan Rhino
Pl. 12 is a vertical section of the head of the one-horned rhinoceros of Java.
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File AvailableDawkins, W. Boyd 1867 On the dentition of Rhinoceros leptorhinus, Owen. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 23: 213-227, 1 plate
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File AvailableDawkins, W. Boyd 1863 On the Molar series of Rhinoceros Tichorhinus. The Natural History Review 3: 525-538, 2 plates
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File AvailableGray, J.E.; Gerrard, E. 1862 Catalogue of the bones of mammalia in the collection of the British Museum. London, Trustees of the British Museum, pp. i-iv, 1-296
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All Rhino Species
In genus Rhinoceros (Asian species): incisors 1-1/2-2, canines 0-0/0-0, premolars 4-4/4-4, molars 3-3/3-3 = 34 In genus Rhinaster (African species), incisors 0/0, canines 0/0, premolars 4-4/4-4, molars 3-3/3-3 = 28
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File AvailableChildren, J.G. 1826 Letter to Dixon Denham, dated 1 May 1826: p. 475

In: Bovill, E.W. Missions to the Niger, volume 3: The Bornu Mission 1822-25, part 2. Cambridge, Hakluyt Society, Works Second Series, vol. 129: pp. i-xii, 309-595
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With respect to the Kerkadan [rhinoceros] chewing the cud, it is to be observed, that all the ruminating animals, except the camel, lama and musk deer, want the canine tooth altogether, and have no incisor teeth in the upper jaw; and although the system of dentition of the rhinoceros is different...
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File AvailableThomas, H.L. 1801 An anatomical description of a male rhinoceros. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91 (1): 145-152, pl. 10
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Indian Rhino
The incisor teeth were only four in number, two situated in each jaw: these are placed a considerable distance from each other: besides them, I observed, in the head of another rhinoceros, five years old, and where the soft parts had been removed, two smaller teeth placed one on each side those o...
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