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The RRC database contains a total of 39964 Notes which are linked to 26096 References. Furthermore, 26094 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

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de Bruin, M et al., 2021
Chapman, L.A. et al., 2020
Parkes, F., 1850
Holeckova, D. et al., 2000
Holeckova, D. et al., 2000
Roberts, E., 1835
Bellew, F.J., 1843
Egerton, F., (Earl of Ellesmere), 1852
Hastings, F., 1858
Radic, S., 2020
Kalmykov, N.P. et al., 2018
Zywitza, V. et al., 2022
Zywitza, V. et al., 2022
Tissier, J. et al., 2021
Vogt, S., 2021
Hyvarinen, O. et al., 2021
Save The Rhino International, 2021
Missier, S. del, 2021
Brace, S. et al., 2021
Kenya Wildlife Service, 2022
Geel, B. van et al., 2020
McFarlane, D. et al., 2016
Duncan, N. et al., 2022
Rhino Ark, 2019

Rhino Literature & Articles

The RRC website provides access to an extensive database of indexed and tagged references, abstracts and full texts covering every possible aspect of the knowledge of the rhinoceros. There are no restrictions of language, time period, locality or type of publication including reports and grey literature. Contributions and suggestions are welcome.

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Newest References:
Antoine, P et al., 2022. A new rhinoceros clade from the Pleistocene of Asia sheds light on mammal dispersals to the Philippines. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 194: 416-430
de Bruin, M et al., 2021. The application of forensic geomorphology in rhinoceros poaching investigations in Africa. South African Geographical Journal 103: 43-63
Brezina, J et al., 2021. A middle Miocene vertebrate assemblage from the Czech part of the Vienna Basin: Implications for the paleoenvironments of the Central Paratethys. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 575: 1-17
Chapman, L.A. et al., 2020. Patterns in rhino poaching activity on private land in South Africa. African Journal of Ecology 00: 1-9
Egerton, F., (Earl of Ellesmere), 1852. Journal of a winter's tour in India: with a visit to the Court of Nepaul. London, John Murray, vol. 1, pp. i-ix, 1-301
Roberts, E., 1835. Scenes and characteristics of Hindostan, with sketches of Anglo-Indian society, vol. 1. London, Wm.H. Allen and Co. (3 vols)
Radic, S., 2020. Nosorogi kot najbolj ogrozena zivalska vrst (Rhinos as the most endangered species). Diplomsko delo visokosolskega stuijskega programa Varnostin in policijsko delo (Professional security and Police work diploma requirement) Univerza v Mariboru, Maribor, Slovenia: 1-68, 10 figures
Kalmykov, N.P. et al., 2018. Teriofauna of the Dzhida mountainous area (western Transbaikalia) in the late Pleistocene (In Russian). Baikal Zoological Journal 2 (23): 11-19, 3 figures
Geel, B. van et al., 2020. Stuifmeel uit kiesplooien geeft inzicht in de voedselkeuze van laat-Pleistocene en vroeg-Holocene herbivoren in Nederland en het aangrenzende Noordzeegebied. Cranium 37 (1) Summer: 81-98, 4 figures, 1 image, 1 table
McFarlane, D. et al., 2016. A new radiometric date and assessment of the last glacial megafauna of Dream Cave, Derbyshire, UK. Cave and Karst Science 43 (3): 109-116, 1 table, 7 figures, 1 appendix
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