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The Indian Rhinoceros, also known as the Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, is a species of rhinoceros native to the Indian subcontinent

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Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros (w / c on paper)

Indian Rhinoceros (w / c on paper)
780787 Indian Rhinoceros (w/c on paper) by Wolf, Joseph (1820-99); Zoological Society of London; (add.info.: From Original water colour drawings by Joseph Wolf in the possession of the Zoological)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: White bishop piece from a chess set, made in Berhampur, India, c. 1820 (ivory)

White bishop piece from a chess set, made in Berhampur, India, c. 1820 (ivory)
3037385 White bishop piece from a chess set, made in Berhampur, India, c.1820 (ivory) by Indian School, (19th century); National Army Museum

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Animals and plants of the marshy regions of India (colour litho)

Animals and plants of the marshy regions of India (colour litho)
3101054 Animals and plants of the marshy regions of India (colour litho) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Animals and plants of the marshy regions of India)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Unloading of the newly arrived Indian Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1924 (b / w photo)

Unloading of the newly arrived Indian Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1924 (b / w photo)
3066102 Unloading of the newly arrived Indian Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1924 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: A young Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, June 1922 (b / w photo)

A young Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, June 1922 (b / w photo)
1275261 A young Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, June 1922 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; (add.info)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Hunting ferocious animals (colour litho)

Hunting ferocious animals (colour litho)
6001216 Hunting ferocious animals (colour litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hunting ferocious animals)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)

White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)
5924019 White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory) by Meulen, Adam Frans Van der (1632-90) (and studio); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: White bishop, chess piece, India)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis. Vulnerable

Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis. Vulnerable. Engraved by Griffith, Harriet or Edward. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Edward Griffiths The Animal Kingdom by the Baron Cuvier, London

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Rhinoceros, zebra, porcupine and babirusa

Rhinoceros, zebra, porcupine and babirusa
Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornis, plains zebra, Equus quagga, male 2, female 3, Indian porcupine, Hystrix indica, and Sulawesi babirusa, Babyrousa celebensis

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros Felix standing at the edge of his pool at London Zoo in 1927

Indian Rhinoceros Felix standing at the edge of his pool at London Zoo in 1927
3550626 Indian Rhinoceros Felix standing at the edge of his pool at London Zoo in 1927 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; (add.info)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: An Indian Rhinoceros peers out of its wooden transportation crate on arrival at London

An Indian Rhinoceros peers out of its wooden transportation crate on arrival at London
3066101 An Indian Rhinoceros peers out of its wooden transportation crate on arrival at London Zoo in 1924 (b/w photo) by Bond

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: An Indian Rhinoceros in its Pool at London Zoo, July 1914 (b / w photo)

An Indian Rhinoceros in its Pool at London Zoo, July 1914 (b / w photo)
2561113 An Indian Rhinoceros in its Pool at London Zoo, July 1914 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Great Indian Rhinoceros, 1899

Great Indian Rhinoceros, 1899
Studies from life at the Zoological Gardens: the Great Indian Rhinoceros, 1899. 1899

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Hippopotamus, rhinoceros and tapir (coloured engraving)

Hippopotamus, rhinoceros and tapir (coloured engraving)
1090871 Hippopotamus, rhinoceros and tapir (coloured engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hippopotamus, rhinoceros and tapir)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros Felix standing in his paddock at London Zoo, 1927 (b / w photo)

Indian Rhinoceros Felix standing in his paddock at London Zoo, 1927 (b / w photo)
3474507 Indian Rhinoceros Felix standing in his paddock at London Zoo, 1927 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros (colour litho)

Indian Rhinoceros (colour litho)
2817909 Indian Rhinoceros (colour litho) by Kuhnert, Wilhelm (1865-1923) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Indian Rhinoceros)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros (oil on canvas, 1751)

Exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros (oil on canvas, 1751)
LRI4607778 Exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros (oil on canvas, 1751) by Longhi, Pietro (c.1701-85); National Gallery, London, UK; (add.info.: Rhinoceros: exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Greater Indian Rhinoceros, 1824 (colour litho)

Greater Indian Rhinoceros, 1824 (colour litho)
1001873 Greater Indian Rhinoceros, 1824 (colour litho) by Brodtmann, Karl Joseph (1787-1862); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen der SAaugethiereA, 1824)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Male Indian Rhinoceros Felix enjoying a soak in his pool at London Zoo in June

Male Indian Rhinoceros Felix enjoying a soak in his pool at London Zoo in June
3601569 Male Indian Rhinoceros Felix enjoying a soak in his pool at London Zoo in June 1928 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros, from Wildlife of the World published by Frederick Warne & Co, c

Indian Rhinoceros, from Wildlife of the World published by Frederick Warne & Co, c
3482068 Indian Rhinoceros, from Wildlife of the World published by Frederick Warne & Co, c.1900 (colour litho) by Kuhnert, Wilhelm (1865-1926); Private Collection; German, out of copyright

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: An Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, 1927 (b / w photo)

An Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, 1927 (b / w photo)
3474509 An Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, 1927 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British, out of copyright

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Mammalia (engraving)

Mammalia (engraving)
3650035 Mammalia (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Mammalia. Illustration of terms relating to the structure and classification of mammals)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Greater Indian Rhinoceros, 1824 (colour litho)

Greater Indian Rhinoceros, 1824 (colour litho)
1001874 Greater Indian Rhinoceros, 1824 (colour litho) by Brodtmann, Karl Joseph (1787-1862); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen der SAaugethiereA, 1824)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: An Indian Rhinoceros peers out of its wooden transportation crate on arrival at London

An Indian Rhinoceros peers out of its wooden transportation crate on arrival at London
3057808 An Indian Rhinoceros peers out of its wooden transportation crate on arrival at London Zoo in 1924 (b/w photo) by Bond

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)

White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)
5924020 White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory) by Josquin, Alexandre (fl.1842-70); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Hunting ferocious animals (coloured engraving)

Hunting ferocious animals (coloured engraving)
5998831 Hunting ferocious animals (coloured engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hunting ferocious animals)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Studies from Life at the Zoological Gardens, the Great Indian Rhinoceros (litho)

Studies from Life at the Zoological Gardens, the Great Indian Rhinoceros (litho)
1598496 Studies from Life at the Zoological Gardens, the Great Indian Rhinoceros (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Rhinoceros in Rundheer Singhs Camp (engraving)

Rhinoceros in Rundheer Singhs Camp (engraving)
1607459 Rhinoceros in Rundheer Singhs Camp (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rhinoceros in Rundheer Singhs Camp)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: The Rhinoceros Fight before the Prince of Wales at Baroda (engraving)

The Rhinoceros Fight before the Prince of Wales at Baroda (engraving)
1049489 The Rhinoceros Fight before the Prince of Wales at Baroda (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros, 1860 (colour litho)

Indian Rhinoceros, 1860 (colour litho)
998815 Indian Rhinoceros, 1860 (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: From A Bilder-Atlas zur wissenschaftlich-populAaren Naturgeschichte der SAaugetiere in)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Rhinoceros: exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros. Painting by Pietro Longhi (1702-1785)

Rhinoceros: exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros. Painting by Pietro Longhi (1702-1785)
LRI4663816 Rhinoceros: exhibition of Clara, Indian rhinoceros. Painting by Pietro Longhi (1702-1785). 1751. 18th century Venetian museum. Ca Rezzonico, Venice

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Male Indian Rhinoceros Felix leaving his pool at London Zoo in 1928 (b / w photo)

Male Indian Rhinoceros Felix leaving his pool at London Zoo in 1928 (b / w photo)
3618641 Male Indian Rhinoceros Felix leaving his pool at London Zoo in 1928 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Rhino hunt in India in honour of King George V (colour litho)

Rhino hunt in India in honour of King George V (colour litho)
2779782 Rhino hunt in India in honour of King George V (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rhino hunt in India in honour of King George V)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: A rhinoceros attacking an elephant in India (colour litho)

A rhinoceros attacking an elephant in India (colour litho)
2779490 A rhinoceros attacking an elephant in India (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A rhinoceros attacking an elephant in India)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)

White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)
5924017 White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory) by Metlicovitz, Leopoldo (1868-1944); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)

White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory)
5924016 White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa (ivory) by Saloman, Geskel (1821-1902); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: White bishop, chess piece, India, 1820 circa)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: An Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, October 1922 (b / w photo)

An Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, October 1922 (b / w photo)
1547258 An Indian Rhinoceros at London Zoo, October 1922 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British, out of copyright

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian rhinoceros (colour litho)

Indian rhinoceros (colour litho)
5226615 Indian rhinoceros (colour litho) by Rabier, Benjamin (1869-1939) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Indian rhinoceros)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian Rhinoceros (coloured engraving)

Indian Rhinoceros (coloured engraving)
1000031 Indian Rhinoceros (coloured engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustrator:Johann Elias Ridinger Engraver)

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Unloading of the newly arrived Indian Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1924 (b / w photo)

Unloading of the newly arrived Indian Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1924 (b / w photo)
3057809 Unloading of the newly arrived Indian Rhinoceros, London Zoo, 1924 (b/w photo) by Bond, Frederick William (1887-1942); Zoological Society of London; eZoological Society of London; British

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian One Horned Rhino

Indian One Horned Rhino
Himadri Bhuyan

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Three week old Indian rhinoceros named Ropen with his mother Roopa at Whipsnade Zoo

Three week old Indian rhinoceros named Ropen with his mother Roopa at Whipsnade Zoo May 1988 © Mirrorpix

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: IIve got you under my Skin: Rubbing noses with your baby could be an alarming experience

IIve got you under my Skin: Rubbing noses with your baby could be an alarming experience when it is armour-plated all over and weighs around 1001b

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Whos an ugly boy, then? He may not be a pretty baby

Whos an ugly boy, then? He may not be a pretty baby. But Bardia the Indian rhino is pretty rare. He is one of only 1, 400 in the world and five of those are in Britain

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Bheema : On the 9th of March this year, a long awaited event took place at Whipsnade

Bheema : On the 9th of March this year, a long awaited event took place at Whipsnade Zoo-the birth of an Indian Rhine. The calf, named Bheema

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: The Rhinoceros, Clara, in the foreground, her keeper holding her horn and a whip

The Rhinoceros, Clara, in the foreground, her keeper holding her horn and a whip behind her at center with various other spectators in Carnival masks, after ca. 1751

Background imageIndian Rhinoceros Collection: Rhino Chasing Native Date: 1950

Rhino Chasing Native Date: 1950



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Indian Rhinoceros Collection

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