oa Madoqua - Notes on the ecology and behaviour of the black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis Linn. 1758 in South West Africa
|Article Title||Notes on the ecology and behaviour of the black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis Linn. 1758 in South West Africa|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Nature Conservation and Tourism Branch, South West Africa Administration|
|Publication Date||Jan 1971|
|Pages||5 - 53|
|Keyword(s)||Activities, Breeding cycles, Diseases, Drinking habits, Feeding, Food species, Gestation, Habitat, Horizontal density of vegetation, Infertility, Influence of weather, Living habits, Parasites, Parental care, Reproduction, Sanitary behaviour and Seasonal rhythm|
At the London Convention of 1933 the Union of South Africa (since 1961 the Republic of South Africa) pledged an behalf of the Administration of South West Africa, to ensure the conservation of all indigenous animals and plants in South West Africa. Although the treaty has become obsolete in the meantime, conservation initiated at the time is still being carried out by the Department of Nature Conservation and Tourism in South West Africa.
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