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Man-Eating Crocodiles of Borneo

By: James Ritchie (Author), Johnson Jong (Author), Indraneil Das (Contributor), CL Chan (Illustrator)

118 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w maps

Natural History Publications Borneo

Paperback | Dec 2002 | #142792 | ISBN: 9838120642
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NHBS Price: £16.99 $21/€19 approx

About this book

Crocodiles, feared more than any other wild animal by the local inhabitants of Borneo, continue to exact a toll on human lives along the Batang Lupar and other rivers of Borneo. This is the story of Bujang Senang, the notorious man-eating crocodile of the Batang Lupar, Sarawak, who managed to give professional crocodile catchers the slip for many years.


    The Natural History of Crocodiles by Indraneil Das 1
    Introduction 5
    Man-eater At Large 7
    Batang Lupar, River of Fear 11
    Act of Courage 17
    Operasi Buaya Ganas 21
    Legend of the White Crocodile 27
    Bujang Senang Strikes Again 31
    End of Bujang Senang? 41
    Another Killer At Large 47
    End of Bujang Samarahan 55
    “Help me… I Am Dying” 59
    Escape from the Jaws of Death 63
    A Case of Mistaken Identity? 69
    Crocodile Charmers: Bujang Tisak Strikes Again 75
    End of the Bujang Samaraban Saga 81
    Epilogue. “Bujang Senang”: The Last Victim of the Century 83
    Appendices. Crocodile Incidents. Tales and Anecdotes 85
    Glossary 99
    Selected Newspaper References and Reports 101
    A Bibliography of the Crocodiles of Borneo by Indraneil Das 112
    Acknowledgements 118

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