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Title: Curiosities of natural history. Third series
Author(s): Buckland, F.T.
Year published: 1868
Publisher: London, Richard Bentley and Son
Volume: -
Pages: pp. i-xv, 1-353
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Museums - Europe
Museums
Indian Rhino
2 skulls. Bullocks Museum, London, United Kingdom.
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Captive - Europe
Captivity - Zoo Records
All Rhino Species
Wombwell Menagerie, UK. Under the direction of Mr. Edmonds, late Woombwell. Mr edmonds has a very fine one-horned rhinoceros, which has been in the show 21 years, and which cost 1400 pounds at the sale of the animals at the Manchester Zoological Gardens; he always rides in his van, being a valu...
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Location:
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Captive - Europe
Captivity - Zoo Records
Indian Rhino
In January 1867, when paying a visit to Jamrach, I saw two skulls of Indian rhinoceros in his shop. Jamrach sent his son to India in purpose to get the rhinoceros. Having purchased them up the country, Jamrach Jr drove them some 200 miles down to the seaport, I believe Calcutta. He managed his...
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Location:
Subject:
Species:
Captive - Europe
Captivity - Zoo Records
Indian Rhino
Under the direction of Mr. Edmonds, late Woombwell. Mr Edmonds has a very fine one-horned rhinoceros, which has been in the show 21 years, and which cost 1400 pounds at the sale of the animals at the Manchester Zoological Gardens; he always rides in his van, being a valuable animal and worth his...
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