Traslocation of Black Rhino
Current Techniques, For Capture, Transport, Boma Care, Release and Post-Release Monitoring
by Pete Morkel and Kennedy Benson

Pages: 106
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 2008
Language: English
ISBN: --


This document gives recommendations on the practical aspects of translocating black rhino.
Black rhino, Diceros bicornis, belong to the Rhinocerotidae, one of the three surviving families of the order Perissodactyla (odd-toed ungulates). The other two surviving families are the Equidae (horses, zebras and asses) and the Tapiridae (tapirs). The relationship between rhino and horses is worth remembering as they have many similarities, especially in anatomy, physiology, parasites, disease, nutrition and response to drugs. Although veterinary knowledge of rhino is very limited, there is a huge amount of veterinary information on horses, which is useful to consult when working with rhino.

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