Bruce, a southern white rhinoceros
, was born at Blair Drummond in 2014 and was the fourth calf to breeding pair, Graham and Dorothy.
To make that possible, Dr Cindy Harper, a veterinarian at the University of Pretoria, and her colleagues collected DNA from every rhinoceros
they could find - more than 20,000 so far.
The researchers estimate that the Sumatran rhinoceros
population peaked at an estimated effective population size of approximately 57,800 individuals about 950,000 years ago, which became a mere 700 about 9,000 years ago.
The Control of Trade in Endangered Species (Enforcement) Regulations 1997 makes it illegal to sell endangered species and their parts in the UK, including unworked rhinoceros
horns and elephant ivory.
10 ( ANI ): Body of a rhinoceros
has been found in Kaziranga National Park here without horn, said park officials on Friday.
horns were confiscated and handed in at the Forensic Science Laboratory of the South African Police Service (SAPS) to determine the origin of the rhinoceros
horn or possible linkages with other investigations.
The interest of National Museum scientists, archaeologists and researchers in the virtually intact remains of a rhinoceros
and other fossils at Sitio Greenhills has motivated the local government to plan for Elephant Hill's tourism prospects.
Key words: Rhinoceros
, Upper Siwaliks, Pleistocene, Tatrot, Pinjor, Punjab.
beaucoup moins que]Les rhinoceros
noirs est une espece en voie de disparition en Afrique, en raison de l'augmentation des cas de braconnage.
On February 16, 2015, CNP officials observed a sick female rhinoceros
in the buffer zone of the western sector of the park near Amaltari.
Written in English and Indonesian, and beautifully illustrated with fantastic color paintings of the rhinoceroses
frolicking in the rainforest, "The Hornless Rhinoceros
" tells the tale of a boy named Dedi and a rhinoceros
A MAN who was arrested in Holyhead has been jailed for a year after pleading guilty in Texas to trafficking rhinoceros
AN Irishman has been caged for a year after pleading guilty to illegal trafficking in rhinoceros
Tacloban City -- Decaying coconut trees damaged by super-typhoon "Yolanda" has triggered the infestation of rhinoceros
beetle in typhoon-devastated areas, the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) regional office here reported.
also got its name from two Greek words.