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File AvailableSingapore AVA 2015 Singapore authorities seized illegal ivory, rhinoceros horns and big catsí teeth. Press release, 19 May 2015
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File AvailableVigne, L.; Martin, E.B. 1990 Poachers kill rhino in India by electrocution. Swara 13 (5): 19, fig. 1
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1989, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, $15,000 per kilo wholesale. Middlemen were offering poachers in Assam $6250 a kilo
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File AvailableAnonymous 1986 Singapore halts rhino horn trade. Traffic Bulletin 8 (3): 33
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File AvailableAnonymous 1985 Survey of rhino horn on sale in Singapore. Traffic Bulletin 7 (3/4): 59, fig. 1
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File AvailableForan, W.R. 1935 Malayan symphony: Being the impressions gathered during a six months' journey through the Straits settlements, Federated Malay States, Siam, Sumatra, Java and Bali. London, Hutchinson and Co, pp. 1-302
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File AvailableChasen, F.N. 1925 A preliminary account of the mammals of Singapore island. Singapore Naturalist no. 5: 74-86
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One still hears of a Rhinoceros having once visited the island and this is by no means as improbable as it sounds for one was definitely known to have lived on an island in the Rhio-Archipelago for a number of years (p.84)
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File AvailableBrooke, G.E. 1921 Botanic Gardens and economic notes, vol. 2, pp. 63-79

In: Makepeace, W. et al. One hundred years of Singapore, being some account of the capital of the Straits Settlements from its foundation by Sir Stamford Raffles on the 6th February 1819 to the 6th February 1919. London, John Murray: vol. 1 and vol.2
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File AvailableAnonymous 1918 The second phase in the history of the Botanic Gardens, Singapore. Garden's Bulletin Straits Settlements 2 (3): 93-108
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File AvailableAnonymous 1912 Theft of rhino horn in Singapore. Straits Times, Singapore 7 May 1912: 8
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Thirteen rhinoceros horns - which are used locally in the manufacture of medicines - were stolen last night from a room in premises on Boat Quay occupied by Lee See Kow. The value of the horns was $670. [complete text]
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File AvailableHanitsch, R. 1902 Annual Report of the Raffles Library and Museum for 1902. Singapore, Raffles Museum, pp. 1-4
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The most important donation received was a female Rhinoceros sumatrensis which, although belonging to the Austrian Government, had been on exhibition in the Museum since 1900. The acting Consul-General for Austria, Mr R. von Pustau, kindly presented this valuable specimen to the Museum in February.
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