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File AvailableCameron, J. 1865 Our tropical possessions in Malayan India. London, Smith, Elder and Co
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File AvailablePatton, A.S. 1858 The hero missionary, or, a history of the labors of the Rev. Eugenio Kincaid. New York, H.Dayton, pp. 1-312
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File AvailableLow, J. 1850 The Karean tribes or aborigines of Martaban and Tavai, with notices of the aborigines in Keddah and Perak. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia 4: 413-432
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Asian Rhino Species
Badak tapa (recluse rh.)
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File AvailableLow, J. 1850 The Karean tribes or aborigines of Martaban and Tavai, with notices of the aborigines in Keddah and Perak. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia 4: 413-432
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Semangs in Perak, Malaysia - same text in Begbie 1834: 7. The rhinoceros is found frequently in marshy places. Towards the close of the rainy season, they are said to bury themselves in this manner in different places, and upon the dry weather setting in, and from the powerful effects of the ve...
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File AvailableLow, J. 1850 The Karean tribes or aborigines of Martaban and Tavai, with notices of the aborigines in Keddah and Perak. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia 4: 413-432
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Asian Rhino Species
Semangs, Malaysia. The projecting horn on the snout is carefully preserved, being supposed to be possessed of medicinal properties and highly priced by the Malays, to whom they barter it for their tobacco &c.
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File AvailableLow, J. 1850 The Karean tribes or aborigines of Martaban and Tavai, with notices of the aborigines in Keddah and Perak. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia 4: 413-432
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About the Semang tribe in Perak, Malaysia. They eat elephants, rhinoceros, monkeys, rats, etc.
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File AvailableFavre, P. 1850 Voyage dans le Johore (Djohore). Bulletin de la Societe de Geographie, Paris (3) 13: 269-292
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[About Johore] I was told that in the densest and most remote parts of the forests there were rhinoceros, but I have never seen one.
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File AvailableCantor, T. 1846 Catalogue of Mammalia inhabiting the Malayan Peninsula and islands. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 15: 241-279
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Javan Rhino
Warak
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File AvailableCantor, T. 1846 Catalogue of Mammalia inhabiting the Malayan Peninsula and islands. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 15: 241-279
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Asian Rhino Species
Badak
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File AvailableCantor, T. 1846 Catalogue of Mammalia inhabiting the Malayan Peninsula and islands. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 15: 241-279
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Asian Rhino Species
Rhinoceros sondaicus and Rhinoceros unicornis appear to be numerous on the Malayan Peninsula.
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