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Museo e Instituto de Zoologia Sistematica, Turin, Italy

Catalogue number: 295?

Sex: female

Locality: –

Date of acquisition: 1827

History of mount: original mount with several old repairs especially on head and lumbar region


head – body 2,45 m
tail 0,47 m
ear 0,17 m
hindfoot 0,49 m
shoulder height 1,19 m
State of preservation: fair, rather dirty, with rusty patches on legs

Further material of same individual: skull (No 295) in collection

References: Camerano (1902, 1908); Renshaw (1904); Ridgeway (1909); Hiltzheimer (1912)

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