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File AvailableChoudhury, A. 2005 A new historic record of the Sumatran rhinoceros in north-eastern India. Pachyderm 39: 91-92, figs. 1-2
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Sumatran Rhino
While on a visit to Noklak area (26°12’ N, 95°00’ E) in Tuensang District, Nagaland (fig. 1), on an awareness campaign as part of an Oriental Bird Club–WildWings Conservation Award in February 2004, I received reports of past sightings of a ‘two-horned hairy and small rhinoceros’. Noklak is near ...
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File AvailableGillison, A.N. 2004 Biodiversity assessment in the north bank landscape, North East India. New Delhi, WWF India, pp. 1-45
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableChoudhury, A. 1997 The status of the Sumatran rhinoceros in north-eastern India. Oryx 31 (2): 151-152, map 1
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Sumatran Rhino
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File AvailableReid, A.S. 1893 Chin-Lushai land, including a description of the various expeditions into the Chin-Lushai Hills and the final annexation of the country. Calcutta, Thacker, Spink & Co
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableButler, J. 1875 Rough notes on the Angami Nagas and their language. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 44 (4): 307-350
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Indian Rhino
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File AvailableBrown, R. 1874 Statistical account of the native state of Manipur and the hill territory under its rule, 1873. Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing
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File AvailableGrant, F.J. 1834 Extracts from a journal kept during a tour of inspection on the Manipur Frontier along the course of the Ningthee River, &c. in January 1832. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 3: 124-134
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Asian Rhino Species
[124] Route across the Angoching hills.
Maylung nala – road passes through a forest of keoo, teak, saul, cotton, and other trees: innumerable and recent tracks of the wild elephant, tiger, rhinoceros, bear, boar, cattle, and deer. of various descriptions. Six wild elephants came to the nala to...
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