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File AvailableSyafyeni, A. 2009 Anatomi skelet sumbu tubuh badak sumatera (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis). Bogor, Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Institut Pertanian Bogor, pp. 1-50
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Sumatran Rhino
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File AvailableNeuschulz, N.; Meister, J. 1998 Nashoernern auf der Spur: Leben und uberleben einer stark bedrohten Tierfamilie. Erfurt, Verein der Zooparkfreunde in Erfurt e.V., pp. 1-52
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All Rhino Species
Rhinos are the largest mammals with uneven number of hoofs. When walking, rhinos put all three toes on the ground simultaneously. An elastic sole under the bones in the feet ensure that there is a broad surface to carry the weight of the animal. Due to this weight, the legs of rhinos are short...
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File AvailableBordoloi, C.C.; Kalita, H.C.; Kalita, S.N.; Baishya, G. 1993 Scapula of the Great Indian rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 70 (June): 540-542
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Indian Rhino
Rhinoceros unicornis, Kaziranga, Assam, India. The scapula is a well-developed but less triangular flat bone. It is placed obliquely downward and forward on the anterolateral aspect of the thoracic cavity. It presents two surfaces, three borders and three angles. The lateral surface is divide...
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File AvailableGallagher, J.A.; Dillon, J.P.; Sheard, C.E. 1986 Rhinoceros bone cells in culture. Abstracts of the Bone and Tooth Society Meeting 1986: 313
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File AvailableColyn, M. 1980 Osteologie descriptive de Ceratotherium simum cottoni Lydekker, 1908. Kisangani, Cooperation Technique Universitaire Belge, projet 14, pp. 1-201, pls. 1-96
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Nile Rhino
Note that this appears to be a very rare book. I have only found one in a library catalogue. There will be a few others. The copy used here is from the collection of the late Dr Colin P. Groves. The book is printed, and consists largely of plates of skull and skeletal parts of the white rhinocero...
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File AvailableBanerjee, R. 1972 Where flying vultures reveal secrets - Kaziranga. Cheetal 15 (1): 48-50, figs. 1-4
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Indian Rhino
Rhinoceroses are odd toes mammals with three toes. The middle toe is the most highly. developed and has the broadest hoof. There is an elastic pad on the sole of the foot, similar to that in elephants.
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File AvailableBanerjee, R. 1972 Where flying vultures reveal secrets - Kaziranga. Cheetal 15 (1): 48-50, figs. 1-4
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Indian Rhino
Rhinoceroses are odd toes mammals with three toes. The middle toe is the most highly. developed and has the broadest hoof. There is an elastic pad on the sole of the foot, similar to that in elephants.
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File AvailableKlaits, B.G. 1972 The moving mesaxonic manus - A comparison of tapirs and rhinoceroses. Mammalia 36 (1): 126-145
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File AvailableKyou-Geoffroy, F. 1971 La musculature du membre pelvien chez le daman des arbres Dendrohyrax dorsalis (Fraser): Comparaison avec les autres mesaxoniens tridactyles, tapir et rhinoceros. Biologia Gabonica 7 (3): 271-288, pls. 1-2, figs. 1-5
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Black Rhino
Vertebral formula: 7 Ce 19 D 3 L 5 S, total 17-22
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File AvailableNath, B. 1968 Advances in the study of prehistoric and ancient animal remains in India: a review. Records of the Zoological Survey of India 61 (1/2): 1-63, pls. 1-4, tables 1-3
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Indian Rhino
Subfossil from Harappa, Pakistan. Rhinoceros unicornis, Fragments of right scapula, found in Mound F, Trench VI, Square P 10/8, depth 8'7 inch to 11'10 inch, about 5000 years old. Scapula is described: The prescapular fossa, as seen from above, forms a broad channel delimited by the spine on th...
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