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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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Sumatran Rhino
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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File AvailableHanitsch, R. 1900 Annual Report of the Raffles Library and Museum for 1900. Singapore, Raffles Museum, pp. 1-11
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Sumatran Rhino
The most important addition, though it is only on loan, was a female Rhinoceros sumatrensis. It was caught in Perak for the Austrain Government, but died in Singapore before it could be shipped to Europe, and was mounted by the Museum staff. The Acting Consul-General for Austria, Mr. R. von Pusta...
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File AvailableSclater, W.L. 1891 Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta. Calcutta, Indian Museum, vol. 2, pp. i-xxix, 1-375
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Distribution - Records
Sumatran Rhino
Stuffed hide, skull. Sex: Female. Locality: Singapore. Collected by: W. Rutledge, 1875. In Indian Museum, Calcutta, India. Catalogue number: a
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File AvailableSclater, W.L. 1891 Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta. Calcutta, Indian Museum, vol. 2, pp. i-xxix, 1-375
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Asia - South East Asia - Singapore
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Sumatran Rhino
Skin, skull. Sex: Female. Locality: Singapore. Collected by: W. Rutledge, 1885. In Indian Museum, Calcutta, India. Catalogue number: o
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File AvailableSclater, W.L. 1891 Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta. Calcutta, Indian Museum, vol. 2, pp. i-xxix, 1-375
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Asia - South East Asia - Singapore
Museums
Sumatran Rhino
Skin, skull. Sex: Female. Locality: Singapore. Collected by: W. Rutledge, 1885. In Indian Museum, Calcutta, India. Catalogue number: o
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File AvailableSclater, W.L. 1891 Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta. Calcutta, Indian Museum, vol. 2, pp. i-xxix, 1-375
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Asia - South East Asia - Singapore
Museums
Sumatran Rhino
Stuffed hide, skull. Sex: Female. Locality: Singapore. Collected by: W. Rutledge, 1875. In Indian Museum, Calcutta, India. Catalogue number: a
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File AvailableIndian Museum 1886 Annual report and list of accessions, April 1885 to March 1886. Calcutta, Trustees
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Sumatran Rhino
1 Rhinoceros sumatranus, female, juv. “From Singapore”. W. Rutledge, Esq.
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File AvailableHornaday, W.T. 1885 Two years in the jungle: the experiences of a hunter and naturalist in India, Ceylon, the Malay Peninsula and Borneo. London, Kegan Paul and Trench, pp. i-xxii, 1-512
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Asian Rhino Species
1885, Singapore, on the market, I was offered a rhinoceros at $250
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