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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
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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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
Thouless (1987) received reports of rhino in eight localities in Cambodia. Despite this, the Cardamom Mountains are likely to be the only area in Cambodia remote enough for a population of rhinos to survive into the 21st century. The present survey targeted areas where interview data (Boonratana,...
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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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Javan Rhino
The Indochinese subspecies (R. s. annamiticus) is currently known from only Dong Nai in Vietnam
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File AvailableDaltry, J.C.; Momberg, F. 2000 First biological assessment of Cardamom Mountains, south-western Cambodia, reveals a wealth of wildlife. Oryx 34 (3): 227-228
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Asian Rhino Species
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File AvailableChandler, D. 2000 A history of Cambodia, 3rd ed. London, Westview Press
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Javan Rhino
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File AvailableMartin, E.B.; Phipps, M. 1998 A review of the wild animal trade in Cambodia. Traffic Bulletin 16 (2): 45-60, figs.1-9, tables 1-7
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Asian Rhino Species
Royal ordinance No.24, issued 12 Feb 1940, established a closed hunting season (July - November) and prohibited hunting without a license. Current legislation includes a ban on the hunting of wild animals in cambodia, but enforcement is haphazard.
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File AvailableMartin, E.B.; Phipps, M. 1998 A review of the wild animal trade in Cambodia. Traffic Bulletin 16 (2): 45-60, figs.1-9, tables 1-7
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Asian Rhino Species
rhino probably extinct
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File AvailableRoveda, V. 1997 Khmer mythology. London, Thames and Hudson
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Asian Rhino Species
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File AvailablePhilpotts, R. 1996 Reporting Angkor: Chou Ta-Kuan in Cambodia 1296-1297. London, Blackwater Books, pp. i-iv, 1-92
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