Kaso River, Borneo
The Kaso River (Sungai Kaso or Kacu) is a stream in the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. One of its tributaries is the Seputan River. The Kaso flows into the Mahakam River. In 1889, Tromp reported three villages of Bukat people on the Kaso. In fact the villages were on the Penane River, a tributary of the Kacu at Long Mecai. The semi-nomadic Seputan people also live on the Kacu at times.
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