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File AvailableTridico, S.R.; Rigby, P.; Kirkbride, P.K.; Haile, J.; Bunce, M. 2014 Megafaunal split ends: microscopic characterisation of hair structure and function in woolly mammoth and woolly rhino. Quaternary Science Reviews 83: 68-75
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File AvailableTridico, S.; Rigby, P.; Kirkbride, K.P.; Haile, J.; Bunce, M. 2014 Megafaunal split ends: microscopical characterisation of hair structure and function in extinct woolly mammoth and woolly rhino. Scientific Annals, School of Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki special volume 102: 206
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File AvailableAnderson, J. 1872 Notes on Rhinoceros sumatrensis, Cuvier. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1872 February 6: 129-132
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Sumatran Rhino
[Female shown in Calcutta 1872 in transit to London] The skin is ashy grey, and covered with bristles about one inch in length, and its tubercles are small and flat.
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File AvailableAnderson, J. 1872 Notes on Rhinoceros sumatrensis, Cuvier. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1872 February 6: 129-132
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Asia - South Asia - India
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Sumatran Rhino
[Female shown in Calcutta 1872 in transit to London] A pendulous fold on the side of the neck, with the skin behind it thrown into small loose folds; a fold behind the shoulder, across the back from side to side, with a fold at its lower extremity across the fore leg; a lumbar fold from the groin...
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File AvailableAnderson, J. 1872 Notes on Rhinoceros sumatrensis, Cuvier. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1872 February 6: 129-132
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Asia - South Asia - India
Morphology - Skin
Sumatran Rhino
[Female shown in Calcutta 1872 in transit to London] The shoulder-fold is the most strongly marked of all the folds, which are much less decidedly developed than in the two other species of Asiatic Rhinoceros. It is prolonged over the back from side to side, and below passes on to the outside of ...
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File AvailableAnderson, J. 1872 Notes on Rhinoceros sumatrensis, Cuvier. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1872 February 6: 129-132
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Asia - South Asia - India
Morphology - Skin
Sumatran Rhino
[Female shown in Calcutta 1872 in transit to London] The tubercles of the skin are so small and flat that the skin is almost smooth; they are about the eighth of an inch in diameter; and each is surrounded by a shallow sulcks, in which usually four bristles are placed. The latter structures are e...
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