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File AvailableHorsfield, T. 1851 A catalogue of the Mammalia in the Museum of the Hon. East India Company. London, J. and H. Cox, pp. i-vi, 1-212
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Museums
Indian Rhino
Horn. Locality: Gwalpara, on the borders of Assam. Collected by: Thomas Craigie, 1777. In coll. Museum of the East India Company, London, United Kingdom
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File AvailableButler, J. 1847 A sketch of Assam, with some account of the hill tribes. London, Smith, Elder and Co, pp. i-vi, v-x, 1-220
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
Assam. Rhinoceros are to be found in very high grass jungle, near inaccessible miry swamps.
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File AvailableWalker, H. 1843 A catalogue of the mammalia of Assam. Calcutta Journal of Natural History 3: 265-268
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableHorsfield, T. 1841 A list of mammalia and birds collected in Assam by John McClelland, Esq., Assistant Surgeon in the service of the East India Company, Bengal Establishment. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6: 366-374
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableMaclelland, John 1839 List of mammals and birds collected in Assam. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1839: 146-167
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Indian Rhino
The list contains Rhinoceros indicus, Cuv.
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File AvailableMartin, R.M. 1838 The history, antiquities, topography, and statistics of Eastern India, vol. 3: Puraniya, Ronggopoor, and Assam. London, W.H. Allen and Co.
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
District of Puramiya
Area just south of English Bazar on Bengal/W Bangladesh border
Martin, R.M., 1838. The history, antiquities, topography, and statistics of Eastern India, vol. 3: Puraniya, Ronggopoor, and Assam. London, W.H. Allen and Co.
[184] A rhinoceros lately made his appearance...
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File AvailableMcCosh, J. 1837 Topography of Assam. Calcutta, G.H. Huttmann, pp. i-xii, 1-266
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Indian Rhino
[45-46] The Rhinoceros inhabits the densest parts of the forests ; the young ones are a good deal looked after for transmission to Europe ; but they are so difficult to be found, that a party with two or three elephants don't succeed in catching above one or two in a season, and these when ca...
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File AvailableMcCosh, J. 1836 Topography and diseases of the country of Assam. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 15 (4), 1836 August 1: 1-6
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
The Rhinoceros inhabits the densest parts of the forests ; the young ones are a good deal looked after for transmission to Europe ; but they are so difficult to be found, that a party with two or three elephants don't succeed in catching above one or two in a season, and these when caught fre...
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File AvailableMcCosh, J. 1836 Asiatic intelligence: zoology of Assam. Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register 20: 30-31
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableWilcox, R. 1832 Memoir of a survey of Asam and the neighbouring countries, executed in 1825-6-7-8. Asiatic Researches 17: 314-469
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
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Indian Rhino
[333] The Abors are not particular in their diet, and eat the flesh of the elephant, rhinoceros, hog, buffaloe, kid, and deer.
[419] Dihing River. Rhinoceros in this district.
[455] Tawang. There are on the road elephants, rhinoceros, tigers, and many other animals.
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