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File AvailableHodgson, B.H. 1826 Ueber die Trachtigkeit des Rhinoceros. Notizen aus dem Gebiete der Natur- und Heilkunde 14 (290): 55-56
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Indian Rhino
Height at shoulders, after 3 days, 2 ft, after 1 month 2 ft 5 inch
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File AvailableHodgson, B.H. 1826 Remarks on the rate of growth and habits of the Rhinoceros indicus, communicated with notes by Dr Abel. Asiatic Journal 22: 193-197
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Captive - Asia
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Indian Rhino
Growth of male born in Kathmandu 3 days 1 month 14 months 19 month at 19 months Height + 5 inch + 1 ft 7 inch + 4 inch height 4 ft 4 inch Length + 5 3/4 inch + 2 ft + 1 ft 4 ? inch = length 7 ft 4 ? inch Girth + 3/4 inch + 2 ...
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File AvailableHodgson, B.H. 1825 Remarks on the procreation of the rhinoceros. Quarterly Oriental Magazine: review and register 3 (5): 155-156
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Asia - South Asia - Nepal
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Indian Rhino
length of head 2 ft 4 inches, one born in Kathmandu after 9 years
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File AvailableDaniell, W. 1807 Interesting selections from animated nature, with illustrative scenery, designed and engraved by William Daniell. London, T.Cadell and W. Davies, vol. 2, pls. 1-63
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Black Rhino
Next to the elephant, the rhinoceros is the most powerful of quadrupeds: when full grown, it is at least twelve feet long, six or seven feet high, and of a circumference almost equal to its length.
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File AvailableDaniell, W. 1807 Interesting selections from animated nature, with illustrative scenery, designed and engraved by William Daniell. London, T.Cadell and W. Davies, vol. 2, pls. 1-63
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Black Rhino
Next to the elephant, the rhinoceros is the most powerful of quadrupeds: when full grown, it is at least twelve feet long, six or seven feet high, and of a circumference almost equal to its length.
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File AvailableDaniell, W. 1807 Interesting selections from animated nature, with illustrative scenery, designed and engraved by William Daniell. London, T.Cadell and W. Davies, vol. 2, pls. 1-63
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Black Rhino
Next to the elephant, the rhinoceros is the most powerful of quadrupeds: when full grown, it is at least twelve feet long, six or seven feet high, and of a circumference almost equal to its length.
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