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  • Hipologia - Guia para o Estudo do Cavalo

    Da Silva,Ana Teresa Martins
    (2881354)

    Esta obra é uma ferramenta prática muito útil para todos aqueles que partilham um interesse especial pelo cavalo, quer sejam cavaleiros, estudantes, exerçam profissões relacionadas com a medicina veterinária ou com a gestão e criação de equinos, ou,...

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  • Invertebrate Zoology

    Ruppert,Edward E.; Barnes,Robert D.; Fox,Richard S.
    (858209)

    Invertebrate Zoology

  • Are We Smart Enough To Know How Smart Animals...

    Waal,Frans De
    (9343499)

    What separates your mind from an animal s? Maybe you think it s your ability to design tools, your sense of self, or your grasp of past and future all traits that have helped us define ourselves as the planet s preeminent species. But in recent...

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  • Beyond Words - What Animals Think And Feel

    Safina,Carl
    (9373190)

    I wanted to know what they were experiencing, and why to us they feel so compelling, and so-close. This time I allowed myself to ask them the question that for a scientist was forbidden fruit: Who are you? Weaving decades of field observations with...

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  • Field Guide To the Songbirds of South America

    Ridgely,Robert S.; Tudor,Guy
    (2686731)

    With the publication of the landmark volumes The Birds of South America: The Oscine Passerines and The Birds of South America: The Suboscine Passerines, Robert S. Ridgely and Guy Tudor established themselves as the leading authorities on the...

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  • Spix's Macaw

    Juniper,Tony
    (1096147)

    Describes the desperate race against time to save a rare blue parrot, the Spix's Macaw, from extinction, by calling for private collectors to allow their birds to mate with the last wild specimen, a bird that had lived for years without a mate, in a...

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  • Animal Social Complexity

    De Waal,Frans B. M.; Tyack,Peter L.
    (938395)

    Animal Social Complexity

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  • Beetles (Collins New Naturalist Library)

    (10084616)

    Beetles are arguably the most diverse organisms in the world, with nearly half a million beetle species described and catalogued in our museums, more than any other type of living thing. This astonishing species diversity is matched by a similar...

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  • Biology And Culture Of Portunid Crabs Of...

    Santhanam, Ramasamy
    (10084536)

    Biology and Culture of Portunid Crabs of World Seas provides an abundance of valuable first-hand information about the diversity, biology, ecology culture of the portunid crabs of the word seas. Marine crabs play an important role directly or...

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  • How To Know The Butterflies - A Manual Of The...

    Comstock, John Henry
    (10089677)

    Excerpt from How to Know the Butterflies: A Manual of the Butterflies of the Eastern United States There are many students of Nature who know the more common birds and flowers; but our experience as teachers has convinced us that there are...

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  • An Essay Towards A Natural History Of The...

    Ellis, John
    (10093666)

    Excerpt from An Essay Towards a Natural History of the Corallines: And Other Marine Productions of the Like Kind, Commonly Found on the Coasts of Great Britain and Ireland; To Which Is Added the Description of a Large Marine Polype Taken Near the...

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  • Elements Of Natural History, Adapted To The...

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    Excerpt from Elements of Natural History, Adapted to the Present State of the Science, Vol. 1: Containing the Generic Characters of Nearly the Whole Animal Kingdom, and Descriptions of the Principal Species; Vertebrata The first great division of...

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  • General Zoology, Vol. 3 - Or Systematic...

    Shaw, George
    (10086961)

    Excerpt from General Zoology, Vol. 3: Or Systematic Natural History Orbicular variegated red-headed Ameiva. Striped four-striped ribbon six-lined: fasciated five-lined punctated red-throat red-tailed lobe-clieelged' sun-gazing Turkish broad-tailed...

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  • The Auk, Vol. 34 - A Quarterly Journal Of...

    Stone, Witmer
    (10090952)

    Excerpt from The Auk, Vol. 34: A Quarterly Journal of Ornithology Obituaries: Prof. F. E. L. Beal, 112; Dr. Edgar A. Mearns, 113; Lt. Col. Edward A. Butler, 114; Prof. A. J. Cook, 114; Prof. Donald son Bodine, 115; Timothy O. Fuller, 115, Prof. L. L....

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  • Observations On The Brumal Retreat Of The...

    Forster, Thomas
    (10092638)

    Excerpt from Observations on the Brumal Retreat of the Swallow: With a Copious Reference to Passages Relating to This Subject, in Different Authors Bof knowledge? But we cannot suppose that the different sciences had their beginning when society was...

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  • A History Of The Earth And Animated Nature,...

    Goldsmith, Oliver
    (10100467)

    Excerpt from A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, Vol. 2 of 2 From this conformation, they have often been oompredtonshipmakingitemythroughm; the trunkot'the bodywmntothehmthe headtotheprow.thetailtotherndder, nndthe wingetotheoars;...

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  • Beetles (Collins New Naturalist Library)

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    Beetles are arguably the most diverse organisms in the world, with nearly half a million beetle species described and catalogued in our museums, more than any other type of living thing. This astonishing species diversity is matched by a similar...

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  • The Canadian Entomologist, 1882, Vol. 14...

    Saunders, William
    (10101497)

    Excerpt from The Canadian Entomologist, 1882, Vol. 14 Upper side brown, individuals varying from yellow to red and black brown, but in the examples under view red predominates 3 costal edge of primaries dark brown, next base dusted with white 3 apex...

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  • The Zoological Journal, Vol. 2 - From January...

    Bell, Thomas
    (10098271)

    Excerpt from The Zoological Journal, Vol. 2: From January, 1825, to April, 1826 Art. III. Observations on the Structure of the Throat in the genus Anolis. By thomas bell, Esq. E.l.s. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands...

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  • General Zoology, Or Systematic Natural...

    Shaw, George
    (10101563)

    Excerpt from General Zoology, or Systematic Natural History, Vol. 1: Part 2; Mammalia About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an...

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  • The Canadian Entomologist, Vol. 16 - January,...

    Saunders, William
    (10101547)

    Excerpt from The Canadian Entomologist, Vol. 16: January, 1884 We would also remind our members that the annual subscription is now due. Remittances should be made to our secretary-treasurer, Mr. E. B. Reed, and all communications for the...

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  • Fauna Boreali-Americana, Or The Zoology Of...

    (10097758)

    Excerpt from Fauna Boreali-Americana, or the Zoology of the Northern Parts of British America, Vol. 2: Containing Descriptions of the Objects of Natural History Collected on the Late Northern Land Expeditions Under Command of Captain Sir John...

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  • British Sea Birds (Classic Reprint)

    Dixon,Charles
    (10090613)

    Excerpt from British Sea Birds Of all the birds that haunt the sea and the shore, those of the Gull family are the best known. From whichever direction the sea is reached, almost invariably the first indication of its vicinity is a Gull, sailing...

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  • Papilio, Vol. 3 - Devoted Exclusively To...

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    Excerpt from Papilio, Vol. 3: Devoted Exclusively to Lepidoptera Entalas, as it manifests itself on the Pacific Coast, should unquestionably be regarded as distinct from the Eastern Tamas, even without knowledge of the caterpillar. About the...

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  • Essays And Observations On Natural History,...

    Hunter, John
    (10100559)

    Excerpt from Essays and Observations on Natural History, Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology, and Geology, Vol. 2 Comparative Anatomy is fit only to be read by those that understand a good deal of the human body and the general animal economy; for if...

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  • Hardwicke's Science-Gossip, 1873 - An...

    Taylor, J e
    (10095946)

    Excerpt from Hardwicke's Science-Gossip, 1873: An Illustrated Medium of Interchange and Gossip for Students and Lovers of Nature Mr. La Touche brings in the evidence of Mr. Bentham as to the Astrantia being an inmate of old cottage gardens but it is...

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  • Catalogue Of Hymenopterous Insects In The...

    Smith, Frederick
    (10091329)

    Excerpt from Catalogue of Hymenopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum, Vol. 7: Dorylidae and Thynnidae This genus at present consists of males only. Dr. Savage con siders the other sexes as constituting the genus Anom/ma; this,...

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  • The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 34 -...

    Gibson, Arthur
    (10101408)

    Excerpt from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 34: January, 1920 We have, in St. Lambert, a flock of bronzed grackles that nest in the neighborhood and often visit the garden. I have come to the conclusion that the grackle does considerable damage...

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  • A General History Of Birds, Vol. 3 (Classic...

    Latham, John
    (10096452)

    Excerpt from A General History of Birds, Vol. 3 This, the largest of the Genus, weighs from two and a half to three pounds; length about two feet, extent of the wings four. Bill two inches and three quarters long, and covered with bristles for two...

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  • Index To The General History Of Birds...

    Latham, John
    (10096983)

    Excerpt from Index to the General History of Birds Cuckow, fan-tail shining Curlew, white-headed Curucui, fasciated rufous Darter, black-bellied Diver, Chinese Dodo, hooded Duck, pink-headed Eagle, Chinese New Zealand Emeu, American Brody, Abyssinian...

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  • General Zoology, Or Systematic Natural...

    Shaw, George
    (10101220)

    Excerpt from General Zoology, or Systematic Natural History, Vol. 2: Part 2. Mammalia The Bactrian. Or two-bunched Camel, is, however, said to be found wild in the desert parts of Asia, between India and China, and to be larger than the domesticated...

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  • A Popular History Of British Crustacea -...

    White, Adam
    (10092226)

    Excerpt from A Popular History of British Crustacea: Comprising a Familiar Account of Their Classification and Habits Some of us have witnessed the moulting of a Crab, and mysterious does it seem to the novice in Natural History when he finds that a...

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  • Sixth Report Of The State Entomologist (Walsh...

    Thomas, Cyrus
    (10094123)

    Excerpt from Sixth Report of the State Entomologist (Walsh, 1 Le Baron, 4, Thomas, 1) On the Noxious and Beneficial Insects of the State of Illinois, Vol. 1: The First Biennial Report The report herewith presented contains also, several special...

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  • The Moths Of The British Isles (Classic...

    South, Richard
    (10090254)

    Excerpt from The Moths of the British Isles Compared with our butterflies, the number of moths found in the British Isles is very large. Like the butterflies, moths too are dependent upon plant life, and almost every kind Of herb, bush, or tree, will...

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  • Half Hours With The Mammals (Classic Reprint)

    Holder, Charles Frederick
    (10093722)

    Excerpt from Half Hours With the Mammals AT the present day education is not complete without definite courses of nature study. We are living in an age of strenuous business life and activity, where the best equipped students along the various lines...

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  • Endangered And Disappearing Birds Of The...

    Williams, Matt
    (10084848)

    From the birds who wake us in the morning with their cheerful chorus to those who flock to our feeders and brighten a gloomy winter day, birds fascinate us with their lively and interesting behavior and provide essential services from controlling...

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  • Transactions And Proceedings Of The New...

    Hector, James
    (10101630)

    Excerpt from Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 1888, Vol. 21: Fourth of New Series The Distribution and Varieties of the Freshwater Crayfish of New Zealand. By Charles Chilton, M. A., B. So. About the Publisher Forgotten...

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  • The Zoologist's Text-Book, Embracing The...

    (10091641)

    Excerpt from The Zoologist's d104-Book, Embracing the Characters of the Classes, Orders, and Genera, of Almost the Whole Animal Kingdom, Vol. 1 of 2: Together With an Example of a Species of Nearly Each Genus, and a Complete Glossary of Technical...

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  • Descriptions Of Some New And Rare Cephalopoda...

    Owen, Richard
    (10097895)

    Excerpt from Descriptions of Some New and Rare Cephalopoda The terminal fins, which appear to have been lacerated in Granch'e specimen, were entire in ours; they are of a regularly rounded form, approximated on the dorsal aspect, and united at their...

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  • The Oceanic Hydrozoa - A Description Of The...

    Huxley, Thomas Henry
    (10092821)

    Excerpt from The Oceanic Hydrozoa: A Description of the and an Observed During the Voyage of Rattlesnake, in the Years Learned to admire your character and to respect your high scientific attainments, we have met but rarely; and the arduous and...

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  • Belonging On An Island - Birds, Extinction,...

    Lewis, Daniel
    (10084845)

    A lively, rich natural history of Hawaiian birds that challenges existing ideas about what constitutes biocultural nativeness and belonging This natural history takes readers on a thousand-year journey as it explores the Hawaiian Islands' beautiful...

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  • Ichthyology (Classic Reprint)

    Richardson, John
    (10096875)

    Excerpt from Ichthyology Cyclostomi, Dum Guv. Gills fixed, bursiform, inoperculate, receiving the respiratory streams by apertures usually numerous and lateral, distinct from the mouth; a heart. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds...

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  • Illustrations Of The Zoology Of South Africa...

    Smith, Andrew
    (10094748)

    Excerpt from Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa: Consisting Chiefly of Figures and Descriptions of the Objects of Natural History Collected During an Expedition Into the Interior of South Africa, in the Years 1834, 1835, and 1836 Colour. -...

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  • Lost British Birds (Classic Reprint)

    Hudson, W H
    (10089923)

    Excerpt from Lost British Birds At the present day the crane is a rare visitor-a lost wanderer from happier realms. The resonant, far-sounding cry of this noble bird - one of the most fascinating sounds of wild nature, especially when several...

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