�We�ve left a lot of men in Borneo � know what I mean?� With their SAS trainer�s warnings ringing in their ears, the naturalist, Redmond O�Hanlon, and the poet, James Fenton, set out to rediscover the lost rhinoceros of Borneo. They were loaded with enough back-breaking kit to survive two months in a steaming 95� (in the shade) jungle of creeping, crawling, biting things. O�Hanlon could also rely on his encyclopaedic knowledge of the region�s flora and fauna, and had read-up on how to avoid being eaten by anything (stick your thumbs in a crocodile�s eyes, if you have time). And yet they proceeded to have an adventure that neither O�Hanlon, nor his friend, nor even his guides were remotely prepared for�
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