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File AvailableBritnell, J.A.; Yichun Zhu; Kerley, G.I.H; Shultz, S. 2023 Ecological marginalization is widespread and increases extinction risk in mammals. PNAS 120 (3) e2205315120: 1-8 - https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2205315120
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Africa
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Habitat loss has led to widespread range contraction and population declines across taxa. The impact of range contraction on niche occupancy is rarely, if ever, incorporated into conservation assessments. We evaluate range loss in 4,785 terrestrial mammals and changes in niche par...
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File AvailableSchwarzenberger, F.; Hermes, R. 2023 Comparative analysis of gestation in three rhinoceros species (Diceros bicornis; Ceratotherium simum; Rhinoceros unicornis). General and Comparative Endocrinology 334 (13 Jan 2023) 114214: 1-11, with supplementary material, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2023.114214
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File AvailableInternational Rhino Foundation 2023 State of the Rhino Update: Kenya and India's State of Assam report zero rhino poaching losses in 2022. IRF on-line Blog 2023-1-26: 4 pages, 2 images https://rhinos.org/blog/
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File AvailableAvedik. A.; Duque-Correa, M.J.; Clauss, M. 2023 Avoiding the lockdown: Morphological facilitation of transverse chewing movements in mammals. Journal of Morphology 284, e21554: 1-11, 8 figures, https://doi.org/10.1002/jmor.21554
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Morphology - Skull
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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C.; Rhino Resource Center; Ziegler, D.; Billia, E.M.; Monson, J.; Strien, W. van; Athanassiou, A. 2022 New literature in the Rhino Resource Center. Electronic Newsletter of the Rhino Resource Center no. 67 (June): 1-32
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File AvailableJusoh, W.F.A.; Chua, M.A.H.; Bakker, P.A.J.; Kamminga, P.; Weller, D.; Rookmaaker, L.C.; Low, M.E.Y. 2022 A historical specimen of the Fishing Cat, Prionailurus viverrinus (Bennett, 1833) (Carnivora, Felidae) from Singapore in the zoological collection of the Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden. Zoosystematics and Evolution 98 (1): 43-53
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Asia
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The Fishing Cat is not a species known to inhabit Singapore. However, a historical specimen stated to have come from Singapore in 1819 and attributed to Pierre-M├ędard Diard (RMNH.MAM.59688) is now housed at Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, the Netherlands. Two hundred years after it was ob...
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File AvailableDang Vu, H.N.; Nielsen, M.R.; Jacobsen, J.B. 2022 Conserving rhinos by legal trade: Insights from a choice experiment with rhino horn consumers. Ecological Economics 193 (107287): 1-9 - doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2021.107287
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Trade
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A legal rhino horn trade is suggested in order to reduce poaching. To examine the implications of this proposition, we conducted a choice experiment with 345 rhino horn consumers in Vietnam, investigating their preferences for legality, source, price and peer experience of medicinal efficacy as a...
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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 AvailableSingal, K. 2022 De-tangling the strength of the rhinoceros horn. Bulletin of the American Physical Society APS March Meeting 2022: Poster session II: 1
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Morphology
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The rhino population has dropped over 50% in the last 50 years due to poaching for their strong and durable horns. But where does this strength and durability come from? Unlike other animal horns, rhino horns do not have a bony core; instead, they are made completely out of keratin, the same mate...
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