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File AvailableVanDiver, W.A. 2017 Saving the Sumatran rhino requires changing the status quo. www.mongabay.com January 2017: 1-4
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File AvailableEsterman, I. 2017 Rare Malaysian rhino still sick, but showing signs of improvement. www.mongabay.com (Mongabay Series: Asian Rhinos) 10 April 2017, pp. 1-8
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Asia - South East Asia - Malaysia - Sabah
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File AvailableNeushoornstichting 2017 [Various notes on rhinos, in Dutch]. Nieuwsbrief June 2017: 1-4
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File AvailableTaylor, N. 2017 Saving Sumatra’s rhinos. Proceedings of the International Rhino Keeper (IRKA) Workshop held in Denver, August 2017 (Abstracts and Powerpoint presentations)
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Asia - South East Asia - Indonesia - Sumatra
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File AvailableWoollaston, V. 2016 Sumatran rhino dies weeks after landmark discovery [in Kalimantan] due to an infection in her leg. Mail Online 5 April 2016
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Asia - South East Asia - Indonesia - Kalimantan
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File AvailableKretzschmar, P.; Kramer-Schadt, S.; Ambu, L.; Bender, J.; Bohm, T.; Ernsing, M.; Goeritz, F.; Hermes, R.; Payne, J.; Schaffer, N.; Thayaparan, S.T., Zainuddin, Z.Z., Hildebrandt, T.B., Hofer, H. 2016 The catastrophic decline of the Sumatran rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni) in Sabah: Historic exploitation, reduced female reproductive performance and population viability. Global Ecology and Conservation 6: 257-275
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Asia - South East Asia - Borneo
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The reasons for catastrophic declines of Sumatran rhinos are far from clear and data necessary to improve decisions for conservation management are often lacking. We reviewed literature and assembled a comprehensive data set on surveys of the Sumatran rhino subspecies (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis ha...
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File AvailableWatanabe, M.; Roth, T.L.; Bauer, S.J.; Lane, A.; Romick-Rosendale, L.E. 2016 Feasibility study of NMR based serum metabolomic profiling to animal health monitoring: a case study on iron storage disease in captive Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis). PlosOne 11(5): e0156318. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156318: 1-15
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A variety of wildlife species maintained in captivity are susceptible to iron storage disease (ISD), or hemochromatosis, a disease resulting from the deposition of excess iron into insoluble iron clusters in soft tissue. Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) is one of the rhinoceros spec...
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Roth, T.L.; Stoops, M.; Robeck, T.R.; O'Brien, J.K. 2016 Factors impacting the success of post-mortem sperm rescue in the rhinoceros. Animal Reproduction Science 167: 22-30
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File AvailableLos Angeles Zoo; Dee, M.; Masuo, S. 2016 The red rhino blogs - part IV: A very special birthday. Published on: http://www.lazoo.org/blog/2015/09/22/the-red-rhinos-blogs-part-iv/
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File AvailableLos Angeles Zoo; Dee, M.; Masuo, S. 2016 The red rhino blogs - part V: Full circle. Published on: http://www.lazoo.org/blog/2015/09/22/the-red-rhinos-blogs-part-v/
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