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File AvailableRickard, J.P. ; Pool, K.; Graaf, S.P. de; Portas, T.; Rourke, N.; Wiesner, M.; Hildebrandt, T.B.; Goeritz, F.; Hermes, R. 2022 Increasing the yield and cryosurvival of spermatozoa from rhinoceros ejaculates using the enzyme Papain. Biology 11 (154): 1-16 - doi.org/10.3390/biology11020154
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File AvailableRadeke-Auer, K.; Wittwer, A.; Aust, J.; Roller, M. ; Mueller, D.; Houwald, F. von; Steck, B.; Biddle, R.; Versteege, L.; Clauss, M. 2022 Reproductive non-seasonality in rhinoceroses: A review of the in-situ literature and birth records of ex-situ institutions. Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research 10 (1): 23-30 - https://doi.org/10.19227/jzar.v10i1.628
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Mammals whose breeding activity is triggered by seasonal photoperiodic cues typically maintain seasonal reproduction in zoos, with births accumulating to various degrees in spring. For zoo-kept rhinoceroses, accumulation of births in autumn has been suggested, which would make this group unusual....
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File AvailableInternational Rhino Foundation 2022 Sumatran rhino birth brings new hope for the species. on-line news release: 1-4, 4 images
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File AvailableMeunier, M.; Schwarzenberger, F.; Mulot, B. 2022 Use of a simplified non-invasive technic to monitor fecal progesterone metabolites and reproductive function in several zoo species: efficacy of mini VIDAS automate (bioMerieux). Theriogenology 179 : 69-77, 3 figs, 2 tabs [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.theriogenology.2021.11.015]
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File AvailableHarvey Sky, N.; Jackson. J.; Chege, G.; Gaymer, J.; Kimiti, D.; Mutisya, S.; Nakito, S.; Schultz, S. 2022 Female reproductive skew exacerbates the extinction risk in the eastern Black rhino. Proceedings Royal Society B 289 20220075 : 1-9, 3 figures, 2 tables, w/ supplemental material [https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2022.0075]
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File AvailableBiasetti, P.; Hildebrandt, T.B.; Goeritz, F.; Hermes, R.; Holtze, S.; Galli, C.; Lazzari, G.; Colleoni, S; Pollastri, I.; Spiriti, M.M.; Stejskal, J., Seet, S., Swilling, J., Ngulu, S., Mutisya, S., Kariuki, L., Lokolool, I., Omondo, P., Ndeereh, D., de Mori, B. 2022 Ethical analysis of the application of assisted reproduction technologies in biodiversity conservation and the case of white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) ovum pick-up procedures. Frontiers in Veterinary Science 9: 1-15
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Nile Rhino
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File AvailableZywitza, V.; Rusha, E.; Shaposhnikov, D.; Ruiz-Ortega, J.; Telugu, N.; Rishko, V.; Hayashi, M.; Michel, G.; Wittler, L.; Stejskal, J.; Holtze, S. 2022 Naive-like pluropotency to pave the way for saving the Northern White rhinoceros from extinction. Scientific Reports 12 (3100) with supplemental material: 1-18, 5 figures, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-07059-w
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File AvailablePannrucker, C.; Schwarzenberger, F. 2022 The effects of animal transfers on the reproductive success of female White rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum simum) kept in European zoos. . Zoos and Wildlife Health Conference (Emmen, The Netherlands) 2022, 45 (abstract)
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File AvailableAbegglen, L.M.; Harrison, T.M.; Moresco, A.; Fowles, J.S.; Troan, B.V.; Kiso, W.K.; Schmitt, D.; Boddy, A.M.; Schiffman, J.D. 2022 Of Elephants and other mammals: A comparative review of reproductive tumors and potential impact on conservation. Animals (www.mdpi.com) 12, 2005 (published 8 August 2022): 1-18. 3 tables, https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12152005
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Indian Rhino
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Truter, A.; Mgqatsa, M.; Parker, D.M. 2022 An assessment of the medium-term reproductive success of an extralimital white rhinoceros population. African Zoology 57 (3): 145-153
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The white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) is threatened primarily due to continued poaching for its horns. In South Africa, partly to promote the conservation of the species, white rhinos have been introduced into areas where they did not occur historically (i.e. where they are considered extral...
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