Scientific Name: Capricornis sumatraensis (originaly classified as Naemorhedus sumatraensis)
Age [Sex]: [M]
Collection Date: 24 Mar 1936
Locality: Tien-wan, 50 miles SSE Tatsienlu
Higher Geography: Asia, China, Sikong
Collector Name [Number]: J. T. Young
Notes: Partial skelton only (limb bones), hyoids in separate bag, skull with horns, and skin (in cold room).
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