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File AvailableGoswami, U.C.; Bhattacharyya, B.K.; Sarma, P.K. 1987 Placenta of rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis L). Current Science, Bangalore 56 (8): 380-381, figs. 1-3
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableWilson, V.J.; Edwards, P.W. 1965 Data from a female rhinoceros and foetus (Diceros bicornis Linn.) from the Fort Jameson District. Puku 3: 179-180, tables 1-2
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Black Rhino
Female shot in Zimbabwe - Diceros bicornis. The foetus was female, fully pigmented, and had soft yellowish soles to the feet. No hair was present, even on head or tail, but follicles were traceable over most of the body. The mammae were distinct, and the horn buds and skin folds well developed.
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File AvailableWilson, V.J.; Edwards, P.W. 1965 Data from a female rhinoceros and foetus (Diceros bicornis Linn.) from the Fort Jameson District. Puku 3: 179-180, tables 1-2
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World
Morphology - Embryo (Foetus)
Black Rhino
Female shot in Zimbabwe - Diceros bicornis. The foetus was female, fully pigmented, and had soft yellowish soles to the feet. No hair was present, even on head or tail, but follicles were traceable over most of the body. The mammae were distinct, and the horn buds and skin folds well developed.
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File AvailableWilson, V.J.; Edwards, P.W. 1965 Data from a female rhinoceros and foetus (Diceros bicornis Linn.) from the Fort Jameson District. Puku 3: 179-180, tables 1-2
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Africa - Southern Africa - Zimbabwe
Morphology - Embryo (Foetus)
Black Rhino
Female shot in Zimbabwe. The foetus was female, fully pigmented, and had soft yellowish soles to the feet. No hair was present, even on head or tail, but follicles were traceable over most of the body. The mammae were distinct, and the horn buds and skin folds well developed. Measurements a...
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File AvailableDolinar, Z.J.; Ludwig, K.S.; Mueller, E. 1965 Ein weiterer Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Placenten der Ordnung Perissodactyla: zwei Geburtsplacenten des Indischen Panzernashorns (Rhinoceros unicornis L.). Acta Anatomica 61: 331-354, figs. 1-23
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Asia
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Indian Rhino
The full-term placenta of the rhinoceros is bicornate. One excresence, the large-horn, is wider and longer than the second, the small horn. The villi are distributed over the entire ehorion with the exception of wide villus-free "streets" along the large vascular trunks of the allantoch...
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File AvailableEllison, B.C. 1925 HRH The Prince of Wales's sport in India. London, William Heinemann, pp. i-xxx, 1-285
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Asia - South Asia - Nepal
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Indian Rhino
Nepal. Fully developed calf in utero Length between pegs, 4 ft 1 inch Head and body, 3 ft 4 in Girth, 2 ft 9 in Weight, 120 lbs.
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File AvailableBrauer, A. 1910 Embryonen des afrikanischen Rhinoceros. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 1910: 389-391, fig. 1
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Black Rhino
Embryo of Diceros bicornis shot in Karagweh, Tanzania, in Mus Berlin. Mother killed in 1908 in Karagweh, place called Weranjange The embryo is well preserved. It is only 3.25 cm long, totally without pigment, and the Chorion (with a long diameter of 21 cm) does not show any folds [Zotten]. As...
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File AvailableBrauer, A. 1910 Embryonen des afrikanischen Rhinoceros. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 1910: 389-391, fig. 1
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Black Rhino
Embryo of Diceros bicornis shot in Karagweh, Tanzania, in Mus Berlin. Mother killed in 1908 in Karagweh, place called Weranjange The embryo is well preserved. It is only 3.25 cm long, totally without pigment, and the Chorion (with a long diameter of 21 cm) does not show any folds [Zotten]. As...
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