On the Male Generative Organs of the Sumatran Rhinoceros (Ceratorhinus sumatrensis).

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    Prof. Garrod had the drawings which accompany this paper made by Mr. Smit from the animal whilst still fresh, with the object of laying some notes on the subject before the Society. Unfortunately I have been unable to find any such amongst his numerous MS. papers. He also requested me to make notes and measurements of the male organs for him with the like object; and from these sources I have drawn up the present paper. The glans penis is now preserved in the College of Surgeons.

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