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File AvailableRookmaaker, L.C.; Sharma, A.; Bose, J.; Thapa, K.; Dutta, D.; Jeffries, B.; Williams, A.C.; Ghose, D.; Gupta, M.; Tornikoski, S. 2017 The Greater One-Horned Rhino: past, present and future. Gland, Switzerland, WWF, pp. 1-36
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File AvailableAnonymous 2017 Only five rhino horns fake - Assam verification panel finds most genuine in treasury. Telegraph India 2 January 2017: https://www.telegraphindia.com/1161230/jsp/northeast/story_127578.jsp#.WG9ykpUiw5s
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File AvailableBhattacharya, B.K. 2017 India’s Manas National Park illustrates the human dimension of rhino conservation. www.mongabay.com (Mongabay Series: Asian Rhinos), pp. 1-10
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File AvailableZhigang Jiang; Shaopeng Cui; Chunwang Li 2016 Where are the suitable introduction sites of greater one-horned rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis in China?. Biodiversity Science 24 (3): 355-357
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailablePluhacek, J.; Steck, B.L.; Sinha, S.P.; Houwald, F.von 2016 Interbirth intervals are associated with age of the mother, but not with infant mortality in Indian rhinoceroses. Current Zoology: (accepted 2015)
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Asia
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Rhinoceroses are among the most endangered mammals in the world. Despite a recent increase in numbers in most wild populations, poaching or political instability may exterminate large populations very quickly. Therefore, captive or ex situ rhinoceros populations can play an important role in thei...
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File AvailableRai, A.; Nirauli, D. 2016 Rhinos radio-collared in Bardia / Rhino poaching at Kaziranga National Park. Headlines Himalaya no. 388: 3, 5
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File AvailableAnonymous 2016 Two more rhinos radio-collared in Bardiya. Kathmandu Post 24 January 2016
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Jan 24, 2016- Two more rhinos from Bardia National Park (BNP) were successfully collared with radio transmitters on Friday to help track them through the jungle and receive vital information about this endangered species, including the behaviour and habitats.
In an attempt to move towards mo...
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File AvailableNirauli, D.; Rai, A. 2016 Two more rhinos poached in Kaziranga. Headlines Himalaya no. 389: 4
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File AvailableCedric, G.; Neha, P.; Roshan, P.; Uttam, S.; Rajendra, G. 2016 Assessing and managing the rising rhino population in Kaziranga (India). Ecological Indicators 6: 55-64
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File AvailableKhadka, D.; Niraula, S. 2016 Natural death of 16 rhinos (in Chitwan, Nepal). Headlines Himalaya no. 392: 2
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