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File AvailableSkinner, J.D.; Smithers, R.H.N. 1990 The mammals of the southern African subregion, new edition. Pretoria, University of Pretoria, pp. i-xxxii, 1-771
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a distinct hump on the back, just in front of the thighs.
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File AvailableSkinner, J.D.; Smithers, R.H.N. 1990 The mammals of the southern African subregion, new edition. Pretoria, University of Pretoria, pp. i-xxxii, 1-771
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a distinct hump on the back, just in front of the thighs.
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File AvailableKjaersgaard, P. 1974 A note on M. articularis humeri in the wild boar, bear, tapir, and rhinoceros. Gegenbaurs Morphologisches Jahrbuch 120 (1): 143-145, figs. 1-2
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Among domestic animals a muscle known as m. articularis humeri is present in the horse, pig, and cat. The present note concerns findings in animals from the Copenhagen Zoo. They are: 1. European wild boar. Sus scrofa L, F, 9 years. 2. Polar bear, Thalarctos maritimus L, Y, 22 years...
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File AvailableDales, D.H. 1966 Black and white rhinos in the Umfolosi Game Reserve. Redwing, Journal of the S. Andrew's College Natural History Society 1966: 32
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Another important distinguishing mark is the prominent hump on the back of the white rhino which the black rhino does not have.
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File AvailableDales, D.H. 1966 Black and white rhinos in the Umfolosi Game Reserve. Redwing, Journal of the S. Andrew's College Natural History Society 1966: 32
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White Rhino
Another important distinguishing mark is the prominent hump on the back of the white rhino which the black rhino does not have.
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File AvailableAlexander, A.; Player, I.C. 1965 A note on the nuchal hump of the square-lipped rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum simum (Burchell). Lammergeyer 3 (2): 5-9, pls. 1-2, fig. 1
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One of the most obvious anatomical features distinguishing a square-lipped rhinoceros from any other species is the hump on the dorsal part of its neck. Neither of the other two genera of living rhinoceroses have this feature. Several writers have commented on the presence of the hump and made ...
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File AvailableHaughton, S. 1867 On the muscular anatomy of the rhinoceros. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 9: 515-526, figs. 1-2
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Indian Rhino
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