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File AvailableLinklater, W.L.; Mayer, K.; Swaisgood, R.R. 2013 Chemical signals of age, sex and identity in black rhinoceros. Animal Behaviour 85 (3): 671-677
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Africa
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
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File AvailablePatton, F.; Jones, F. 2007 Determining minimum population size and demographics of black rhinos in the salient of Aberdare National Parl, Kenya. Pachyderm 43: 63-72, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-4
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
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File AvailablePham Nhat; Nguyen Xuan Dang; Polet, G. 2001 Field guide to the key mammal species of Cat Tien National Park. Hanoi, WWF Cat Tien National Park Conservation Project and Fauna and Flora International - Indochina Programme., pp. 1-145
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World
Ecology - Population
Javan Rhino
It can travel over long distances within a short period of time.
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File AvailableFraedrich, H. 2000 Zoo Berlin, Jahresbericht fur 1999. Bongo, Berlin 30: 135-210
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World
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
Male 'Kibo' died of old age, he reached an age of 35 years.
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File AvailableMkenda, E.; Butchart, D. 2000 Notes on the status of black rhino in the Ngorongoro Crater. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 68-69
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Tanzania
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
Of the four male Black Rhino resident in the Crater, two are dominant bulls and occupy home ranges.
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File AvailableNyangwara, K.; Sigei, J.; Masibo, J. 2000 Notes on a solitary black rhino. CCA Ecological Journal 2: 53
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Africa - Eastern Africa - Kenya
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
This lone female rhino occupies an area of about 30 km?.
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File AvailableYadav, V.K. 2000 Male-male aggression in Rhinoceros unicornis - case study from North Bengal, India. Indian Forester 126 (10): 1030-1034
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
Ecology - Population
Indian Rhino
Home ranges of Indian Rhinos show much overlap between different individuals of each sex (Laurie, 1978) and concept of exclusive territory is absent in this species.
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File AvailableBasel Zoo; Wirz-Hlavacek, G.; Zschokke, S.; Studer, P. 1999 International studbook for the greater one-horned rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis (Linne, 1758), 10th edition. Basel, Zoologischer Garten, pp. 1-50
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Captive - North America
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Indian Rhino
Oldest in captivity was male 'Jim
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File AvailablePlanton, H. 1999 Rhinoceros noir du Nord Ouest de l'Afrique (Diceros bicornis longipes): le compte a rebours continue. Pachyderm 27: 86-100, figs. 1-6, photo 1-8, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
In the present situation (very few animals, maybe 10-15 spread over a region of 25.000 km? ) it is hard to advance a number for possible rhino density. In the past it seems that there was one adult rhino per 10-20 km? according to the quality of the habitat.
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File AvailablePlanton, H. 1999 Rhinoceros noir du Nord Ouest de l'Afrique (Diceros bicornis longipes): le compte a rebours continue. Pachyderm 27: 86-100, figs. 1-6, photo 1-8, table 1
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Africa - Western Africa - Cameroon
Ecology - Population
Black Rhino
The natural home ranges observed usually are greater than 200 km? per animal, while many home ranges can partially overlap. In the absence of disturbances, movements seem to be more important in the dry season - fresh traces followed over distances of 30-40 km per day, than in the wet season - di...
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