Some remarks concerning the Orang-oetan
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 17 - Issue 1/3 p. 17- 18
About at the same time when we received Büttikofer’s red-haired specimens of Orang-oetan ¹) from Borneo, I procured two dark-colored specimens, a female and a young, with their skeletons, collected near Sintang (Central Borneo). As the dark-colored specimens have been looked upon by some naturalists as belonging to a different species, Simia morio, it is evident that 1 now reviewed our rather large material of the Bornean Orang-oetan: the Sumatran-specimens, being very badly represented in the collections, as they seem to be rare to be had in Sumatra, we may leave out of consideration at present.
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Jentink, F.A. (1895). Some remarks concerning the Orang-oetan. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 17(1/3), 17–18.