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Under Siege: Poaching and protection of Greater One-Horned Rhinoceroses in India

Document (scanned PDF, 6.5 MB) Vivek Menon (August 1996). 114pp. ISBN 1 85850 102 4. Documents the results of a study by TRAFFIC India, with the support of WWF India. The study began in 1992, and field updates continued to be received until April 1996. The report presents information on rhinoceros population, poaching and trade in and use of rhinoceros horn.