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ocial and reproductive behaviour of critically endangered northern white hinoceros in a zoological garden

@inproceedings{Cinkov2012ocialAR,
  title={ocial and reproductive behaviour of critically endangered northern white hinoceros in a zoological garden},
  author={vana Cinkov{\'a} and V. Bi{\vc}{\'i}k},
  year={2012}
}
  • vana Cinková, V. Bičík
  • Published 2012
  • Northern and southern white rhinos have poor reproduction in captivity and social interactions between them, especially increased agonistic behaviour, are believed to be one of the possible reasons. Northern white rhino is currently on the brink of extinction with less than ten animals surviving. We studied the social behaviour of northern white rhinos in zoological garden and investigated the effects of separation orthern white rhinoceros eratotherium cottoni 

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