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File AvailableClutton-Brock, J. 1965 Excavations at Langhnaj: 1944-63 Part II: The Fauna. Poona, Deccan College, pp. i-xxiii, 1-44, figs. 1-11
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Indian Rhino
Scapula from Gujarat Rhinoceros unicornis - compared with recent and other species (Measurements in mm) Length Width of neck Length of Width of glenoid cavity unicornis BM 1950.10.18.5 513 133.5 94.8 ...
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File AvailableKrysiak, K. 1938 Podramie nosorozca wlochatego (Coelodonta antiquitatis Blum.) z Tatarskie Gory (On the woolly rhinoceros from the Tatarian mountains) (In Polish). Folia Morphologica, Warszawa 8 (3-4): 201-211
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File AvailableFranck, P.F. 1934 Rhinoceros sondaicus in West-Java. Tropische Natuur 23: 76-79
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Javan Rhino
Old male shot at Tasikmalaja, Java in 1934. Number of pairs of ribs (12+6) = 18, plus the four enlargements of the vertebrae.
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File AvailableFranck, P.F. 1934 Rhinoceros sondaicus in West-Java. Tropische Natuur 23: 76-79
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Javan Rhino
Old male shot at Tasikmalaja, Java in 1934. Cervical vertebrae 7 Dorsal 22 Lumbar+ Sacral 5 Caudal 23 End
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File AvailableFranck, P.F. 1934 Rhinoceros sondaicus in West-Java. Tropische Natuur 23: 76-79
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Javan Rhino
Old male shot at Tasikmalaja, Java in 1934. The collar bone is absent in all Rhinoceros species.
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Mitchell, P.C. 1933 Official guide to the gardens and aquarium of the Zoological Society of London, 30th edition. London, Zoological Society of London, pp. 1-129
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All Rhino Species
The Rhinoceroses belong to the Odd-toed set of Ungulates and have three digits, each ending in a strong hoof, on the fore and hindlimbs. The middle digit, corresponding to our middle finger or third toe, and the single digit of the horse, is much longer and stronger than the others.
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File AvailableDubois, A. ; Stehlin, H.G. 1933 Rhinoceros tichorhinus Cuv. et (??) Rhinoceros mercki Jäger et Kaup (in: La Grotte de Cotencher, Station Moustérienne). Mémoires de la Société paléontologique Suisse LII-LIII: 1-33, 154-178
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File AvailableBorissyak, A. A. 1918 Osteologya Epiaceratherium turgaicum nov. sp. - Monografya 1 [Osteology of Epiaceratherium turgaicum nov. sp. - Monograph 1] [In Russian]. Rossiyskoe Paleontologicheskoe Obshchestvo (RPO), Petrograd: 1-82, 3 plates
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File AvailableKowarzik, R. 1911 Knochen von Rhinoceros antiquitatis mit deutlichen Spuren menschlicher Bearbeitung. Centralblatt fur Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaontologie 1911: 19-21
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File AvailableMobius, K. 1878 Abbildung und Beschreibung eines bei Kiel ausgegrabenes Atlas des Rhinoceros antiquitatis Blumenbach. Schriften des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins fur Schleswig-Holstein 3: 119-125
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