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Corner, E.J.H., 1961. Royal Society expedition to North Borneo 1961: Reports. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 175 (1): 9-32, pls. 1-18, figs. 1-4

Location: Asia - South East Asia - Malaysia - Sabah
Subject: Distribution - Records
Species: Sumatran Rhino

Original text on this topic:
Royal Society Expedition. Camp 3 (8300 ft). It was here that ben Esoli first drew my attention to some tooth-marks on the bark of a tree, which he recognized as those of a rhinoceros, and he pointed out the rotten trunks which they had been eating, as is their wont.
Camp 4, ridge at 10,000 ft - Rhinoceros ... frequented the high ridge. There can be no dount that on this 10,000 ft ridge, a few rhinoceros find a mountain refuge which connects with the undisturbed Pinosuk Plateau to the south and the precipitous Nalamud valley to the northm whence they may still have a mountain route to the Mount Templer Reserve.
Bembangan Camp (5200 ft). It seemed just the place where the rhinoceros would come.

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