In 1987 Messrs. K. Groenendijk and J.P. de Warrimont found many articulated bones of an almost complete skeleton of Dicerorhinus hemitoechus. The find was made in the pit Maastricht-Belvédère and dates from the Early Saalian. A detailed account of the discovery, the stratigraphical evidence and the associated faunas is offered in the preceding article (DE WARRIMONT & GROENENDIJK, 1988). Part of the skeleton, the skull e.g., is heavily damaged; other bones, as the mandibula, are completely absent. The bones of both hindlegs, however, are well preserved and nearly all present. Close to this skeleton an ulna of another, more robust individual was found.