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File AvailableBhattacharyya, M.; Chakraborty, A. 1993 Gastric mucous membrane of the one-horned Indian rhinoceros ( Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 63: 42-43, figs. 1-2
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Indian Rhino
The present study was undertaken to elucidate the gastric mucous membrane of One-horned rhinoceros to reveal the species-specific peculiarity of this simple stomach animal. Stomach samples of 2 one-homed rhinoceroses belonging to State Zoo of Assam were collected immediately after death. The st...
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File AvailableChakraborty, A.; Bhattacharya, M.; Baishya, G. 1989 A note on the liver of Indian one horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 66: 1071-1072, figs. 1-4
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Liver of 47 yrs old and full term aborted fetus. The liver of both adult and foetus was more extensive, thick at the centre and was gradually thinner towards the periphery. Weight of adult, liver, 12 kg; of foetus: 1.2 kg. The parietal surface was convex and was marked by costal impressions. ...
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File AvailableChakraborty, A.; Bhattacharya, M.; Baishya, G. 1989 A note on the liver of Indian one horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Indian Veterinary Journal 66: 1071-1072, figs. 1-4
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Rhinoceros unicornis. Gall bladder absent.
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File AvailableVos, V. de 1975 Death due to volvulus in a white rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum from the Kruger National Park. Koedoe 18: 199-202, fig. 1
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Taxonomically the rhinoceros is allied to the horse. A similar lay-out of the lower alimentary system corroborates this idea. The lower alimentary canal of the rhino consists of a big J-shaped stomach, a tortuous small intestine and a caecum forming a large cul-de-sac inter-calated between the ...
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File AvailableVos, V. de 1975 Death due to volvulus in a white rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum from the Kruger National Park. Koedoe 18: 199-202, fig. 1
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Taxonomically the rhinoceros is allied to the horse. A similar lay-out of the lower alimentary system corroborates this idea. The lower alimentary canal of the rhino consists of a big J-shaped stomach, a tortuous small intestine and a caecum forming a large cul-de-sac inter-calated between the ...
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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. Gall bladder absent.
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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 . Weight 6 lb. 11 oz. Size 43 x 8 ? inch.
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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 . Kidneys, weight 7 lbs (3 lb. 11 oz. and 3 lb 7 oz each). Size 9 x 7 inch.
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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. Weight 16 lbs.
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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
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Black Rhino
Female shot in Zimbabwe - Diceros bicornis . Stomach, 41 x 24 inch.
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