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The natural history of animals : (class Mammalia--animals which suckle their young) in word and picture

Author: Karl Christoph Vogt; Friedrich Specht; Geo G Chisholm
Publisher: London : Blackie & Son, Ltd., [1887-1888]
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Vogt, Karl Christoph, 1817-1895.
Natural history of animals.
London [etc.] : Blackie & son, ltd., [1887-1888]
(OCoLC)441937963
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Christoph Vogt; Friedrich Specht; Geo G Chisholm
OCLC Number: 18443835
Notes: "Glossary": vol. II, p. [223]-233.
Includes index.
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations, plates ; 36 cm
Responsibility: by Carl Vogt, Friedrich Specht ; translated and edited with additions by George S. Chisholm.

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