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File AvailableMartin, E.B.; Martin, C. 2013 The decline in Cambodia's ivory trade. Traffic Bulletin 25 (2): 43-45
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Asian Rhino Species
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File AvailableIongh, H.H.de; Prins, H.H.T.; Strien, N.J. van; Rookmaaker, L.C. 2005 Some observations on the presence of one-horned rhinos in the bas reliefs of the Angkor Wat temple complex, Cambodia. Pachyderm 38: 98-100, figs. 1-4
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Javan Rhino
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File AvailableDaltry, J.C.; Momberg, F. 2000 Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International, pp. 1-252
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Distribution - Records
Javan Rhino
The mountain range spans more than 1 million ha in SW Cambodia and is the last great wilderness in mainland SE Asia. It is hardly accessible. Until 1998, the Cardamoms provided a secure refuge for Khmer Rouge guerillas. Local people also reported Javan Rhinoceros Rhinoceros sondaicus.
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Javan Rhino
This, along with the abundance of armed men in the forests during the wars last century, does not leave great hope for the survival of this species in Cambodia.
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Javan Rhino
Rhino horn is a prized ingredient in traditional medicine and fetches high prices.
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Asia - East Asia - Cambodia
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Javan Rhino
Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia. No evidence was found of the survival of rhinos in either study site. The majority of people questioned about this species did not believe it to still survive here, although most knew of it and accepted its recent past occurrence in the Cardamom Mountains.
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Asia - East Asia - Cambodia
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Javan Rhino
The IUCN Status, Survey and Conservation Action Plan for Asian Rhinos (Foose & van Strien 1997) states a need for status data for this species in Cambodia. The results of this survey lead to the opinion that the chances of finding rhino in Cambodia are very slim and the status of this species sho...
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File AvailableDaltry, J.C.; Momberg, F. 2000 Biological survey of the Cardamom Mountains, Southwestern Cambodia: Interim Report April 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International, pp. 1-12
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Javan Rhino
Two large species were not found. Javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus) have been reported in the Cardamom Mountains by local hunters or wood collectors. In view of the vast size of the region, these important and critically endangered species could still be present, albeit in low numbers.
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
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Ecology - Census Methods
Javan Rhino
In suitable terrain, rhino trails and wallows will remain visible many years after extirpation of the species. On steep slopes especially, deep rhino trails can remain visible for 10 years or more (N. van Strien, pers. comm.).
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File AvailableLong, B.; Roth, B.; Holden, J.; Uck, S. 2000 Large mammals: pp. 49-68, table 1

In: Daltry, J.C. et al. Cardamom Mountains biodiversity survey 2000. Cambridge, Fauna and Flora International: pp. 1-252
Location:
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Asia - East Asia - Cambodia
Distribution - Records
Javan Rhino
Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia. No evidence was found of the survival of rhinos in either study site. The majority of people questioned about this species did not believe it to still survive here, although most knew of it and accepted its recent past occurrence in the Cardamom Mountains. Reports o...
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