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Subject   [자료] MAMMIMALS COLLECTED IN KOREA
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Bulletin American Musem of Natural History. [Vol. XXXII]

MAMMIMALS COLLECTED IN KOREA

BY J. A. ALLEN AND RoY C. ANDREWS.

Until the year 1911, the greater portion of northeastern Korea, lying
between the Tumen and Yalu Rivers, had remained unvisited by white
men. In the spring of 1912, the junior author led an expedition into this section for geographical and zoological exploration. The expedition trav-elled by ship from Fusan to Chon Chin (Seshin) on the northeast coast; disembarking there it continued by push-rail 40 miles to Muryantani, a village consisting of three or four Korean huts, thence by bull-carts up the Tumen River valley to Musan, the largest city in northeastern Korea. From Musan the route was southwestward to Nonsatong (Nojido), the last village on the edge of the larch forests which stretch away toward the " Long White Mountain " (Paik-tu-san), along the Korean-Manchurian boundary in a vast unbroken wilderness of larch trees. The expedition penetrated the forests to the base of the Paik-tu-san, thence struck south-westward across the water-shed which divides the country drained by the Tumen River from that drained by the Yalu River and its tributaries. Reaching the Yalu at Shinkarbarchin, the expedition proceeded by boat and raft down the Yalu to its mouth.

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