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Petland revisited :

By: Wood, John George, 1827-1889
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The Journal of Marine Zoology and Microscopy

By: Jersey Marine Biological Station
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The World of the great forest : how animals, birds, reptiles, insects talk, think, Work and live

By: Du Chaillu, Paul B. (Paul Belloni), 1835-1903; Knight, Charles Robert, 1874-1953; Gleeson, Joseph M. (Joseph Michael), 1861-
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Canine Medicine and Surgery

By: Saunders, Charles Greatley, 1875

...9 THE ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICINES Medicine may be administered as to other animals, by the mouth, hypodermically, intravenously or by the rectum. The ... ...e jerk-line being applied too vigorously by the dog trainer while training animals to the gun, are likewise considered among causative factors. Laryng... ...ld be removed and reapplied every twenty-four hours, for two dressings. In animals covered thickly with hair, oil of Sinapis, one part, and olive oil,... ...enerally seen in old, debilitated dogs and in weakly, anemic, and pampered animals of all ages. It is usually associ- ated with decayed teeth, and is ... ...isease. . The patient arches his back, and the gait is staggering. In male animals one testicle is often drawn up. The appetite is suspended from the ... ...nsive, contains blood and kidney detritus, and is thick and slimy. In thin animals the kidney may be palpated from the exterior; and in small animals ... ...al increase of the urinary secretion. It is most frequently found in young animals, and may be ascribed as due to some derangement of the nervous syst... ...e and to what extent the effused lymph will clear. Consequently in growing animals, with perhaps the exception of the scar left by an abscess or deep ... ... prognosis of good eyesight with any small opaque scar is good. With older animals, however, owing to their low power of recuperation the prognosis is...

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Of distinguished animals

By: Robinson, Harry Perry, Sir 1859
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Horses and Movement : From Paintings and Drawings By

By: Luard, Lowes Dalbiac

...o was an unfailing attraction to a boy keenly interested in drawing living animals. But even before that time movement was his great interest. From th... ...s is but an extreme instance of what often appears in the limbs of men and animals in motion. Another instance was that of a photograph of a racing mo...

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Northern trails; some studies of animal life in the far North

By: Long, William Joseph, 1867-1952

...- rador and Newfoundland. There he will find him- self face to face with new animals white wolf, fisher, salmon, wild goose, polar bear, and a score o... ... lay aside his gun and his thoughts of killing for a moment, and watch these animals with his heart as well as his eyes wide open, trying to see witho... ...evi- ous volumes, will be found the direct results of my own experienceamong animals ; and in the few cases where, as stated plainly in the text, I ha... ... human traits to the beasts, but is simply finding, as all do find who watch animals closely, many things which awaken a sympathetic response in his o... ...n. It is not choice, but necessity, which leads us to this way of looking at animals and of trying to understand them. If we had a developed animal ps... ...ion, these Preface things, which make so large a part of life, are found in animals as well as in men, differing much in de- gree but not at all in k... ...her, is to be blinder ourselves than the impulse which is supposed to govern animals. Until, therefore, we have some new chemistry that will ignore at... ...t all ; as if instinct were the mysterious and exclu- sive possession of the animals, and not a common U[ heritage which we share with them in large ... ...ld differ from those of any other animal. On the other hand, one who watches animals closely and sympathetically must judge from what he sees that the...

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Address By Hon. George B. Loring, and Report of Col. Daniel Needham

By: New England Agricultural Society. [from Old Catalog]
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Nomenclator Zoologicus. Eine etymologische Erklärung der vorzüglichsten Gattungs- und Art-Namen, welche in der Naturgeschichte des Thierreichs vorkommen

By: Leunis, Johannes, 1802-1873
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Die Süsswasserfauna Deutschlands : Eine Exkursionsfauna : Heft 14

By: Brauer, August, 1863-1917; Böhmig, Dr
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Nights with Uncle Remus : myths and legends of the old plantation

By: Harris, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908

... the neighborhood was the story-teller, who could make him laugh with tales of the animals; but he never could find this old woman. But one night, Pro... ...hat is " The Story of Hlakanyana " 2 but the story of the hare and other animals curiously tangled, and changed, and inverted ? Hlakanyana, ... ...dess, and pro posed to take care of her children while the Leopardess went to hunt animals. To this the Leopardess agreed. There were four cubs, and, ... ...med George Ellis. Compare, also, the Kaffir " Story of the Great Chief of the Animals " l with the negro story of "The Fate of Mr. Jack... ...te of Mr. Jack Sparrow." 2 In the Kaffir story, a woman sees the chief of the animals and calls out that she is hunting for her children. The ani... ... the Indian s love for stories of this class, in which he naturally introduces the animals familiar to him. . . . Yours truly, ORVILLE A. DERBY. Caixa... ... explainswhy the Possum has no hair on his tail. It seems that Noah, in taking the animals into the ark, forgot the Possums ; but afemale Possum clung... ...in San Domingo or Martinique. The story of how Brother Rab bit drove all the other animals out of the new house they had built, by firing a cannon and... ...plain to the latter that the child regarded Mr. Ram as the typical hero of all the animals, and this was by no means gratifying to the old man. He ans...

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Verhandlungen der Kaiserlich-Königlichen Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien : Bd. 58

By: Zoologisch Botanische Gesellschaft in Wien
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Zoological notes and anecdotes

By: Cooper, William White, 1816-1886
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Cabinet of American Illustrations : Tony Dropped the Bag of Oranges and Opened His Arms to His Little Dog ; Photograph 2A11686R

By: Wladyslaw T. (Wladyslaw Theodore) Benda
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Zoognosia tabulis synopticis illustrata

By: Fischer Von Waldheim, Gotthelf, 1771-1853
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Verhandlungen der Kaiserlich-Königlichen Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien : Bd. 25 (1875)

By: Zoologisch Botanische Gesellschaft in Wien
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Ueber die nahrung von thieren aus der Kieler bucht

By: Rauschenplat, Ernst August, 1877
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Zoologica : Bd.14

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Synopsis of the classification of the animal kingdom

By: Nicholson, Henry Alleyne, 1844-1899
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Man with Two Left Feet, and Other Stories, The

By: P. G. Wodehouse

Animals, Fiction, Humor, Short stories

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Reisen in den Vereinigten Staaten, Canada und Mexico

By: Müller, J. W. von (Johann Wilhelm), Baron, 1824-1866
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Dbutsugaku Zasshi : Vol. 12, 1900

By: Nihon Dobutsu Gakkai; Tokyo Dobutsu Gakkai
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Queer little people

By: Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896
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The Book of Hamburgs; All Varieties--Silver and Golden Spangled, Silver and Golden Penciled, And Black and White

By: Hewes, Theodore, 1859
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Queer little people

By: Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896
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Annales de la Societe Royale Zoologique et Malacologique de Belgique : Tome 49

By: Société Royale Zoologique et Malacologique de Belgique
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The prowlers

By: St. Mars, F., 1883
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Zoologischer Anzeiger; Volume: 16-20, 1893-1897

By: Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft
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Petland revisited

By: Wood, John George, 1827-1889
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Records of the Indian Museum; Volume: 9

By: Indian MuseumZoological Survey of India
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North American fauna; Number: 70 1975

By: United States. Division of Ornithology and Mammalogy; United States. Bureau of Biological Survey; United States. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife; U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service; United States. Division of Biological Survey
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Zoologist : A Monthly Journal of Natural History

By: Edward Newman, James Edmund Harting
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Mooswa & others of the boundaries

By: Fraser, W. A. (William Alexander), 1859-1933

...till plentiful in the forests of the Athabasca, and is the embodiment of dignity among animals. There is no living thing more characteristic of the No... ...wan River, the Arctic Ocean, and the Rocky Mountains being the home of the fur-bearing animals. Mooswa And Others of the Boundaries Mooswa And Oth... ..., and for the settling of other matters. When they had gathered, Black Fox greeted the Animals : "Good Year to you, Subjects, and much eat ing, e... ...uot; they aver he s Wiesahkechack, the great Indian God, who could change himself into Animals that s what they think. You all know Fran9ois, the Fren... ... your dinner, I m going to dine with some Men I like my food cooked." Each of the Animals slipped away, leaving Black Fox and his Mother, the Red... ...that, Musk- wa," continued Blue Wolf. " You remember the thick, white-furred animals they once brought to the Mission at Lac La Biche? "... ...he Boundaries, swear by the Spirit of Wiesahkechack, who is God of the Indians and all Animals, that, come Trap, come Ironstick, come White-powdered B... ...ks of wood in, shut the door, and thick black smoke curled up from the stove pipe. The animals stared with extraordinary interest. Whisky-Jack craned ... ...rs, when the Forest is on fire." The smoke curled lazily riverward, away from the animals. Suddenly it veered about and the pungent perfume of bu...

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The Journal of Experimental Zoology : Volume 4

By: Harrison, Ross G. (Ross Granville), 1870-1959; Brooks, William Keith, 1848-1908; Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology; American Society of Zoologists

...a pigs) but also upon frogs and birds. He found that when long exposed the animals died with symptoms ofparalysis. Rodet and Bertin^*attributed the de... ... died with symptoms ofparalysis. Rodet and Bertin^*attributed the death of animals exposed to X-rays to a meningo-myelitis. Numerous sub- sequent expe... ...ly by the lowering of the reflexes,apathyandparalysiswhich precededeath in animals sufficientlyexposed tothe Roentgen or the radium rays, but alsoby t... ...phagocytes, giant cells, and the epitheloid cells of the follicles. In all animals the effects lasted for some time and were not im- mediately followe... ...painted with india ink, affecting the flies in a manner similar to that of animals whose semi-circular canals are disturbed. Orientation was almost co... ...nection between the various individuals. These vials were examined and the animals counted everyfew days for a month, and a fresh but not a new food m... ... has been shown to be far more normal in character than in other groups of animals experimented with. The differences between the parthenogenetic embr... ...st depend upon the finding of satisfactory means of nurture for tiding the animals over the critical period. This accomplishment undoubtedly lies with... ...ty years ago' I began a physico-chemical analysis of the behavior of lower animals which had heretofore been explained in the anthropomorphic way char...

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The wild heart

By: Squier, Emma Lindsay, B. 1892
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Feeds and Feeding, Abridged : The Essentials of the Feeding, Care, And Management of Farm Animals, Including Poultry : Adapted and Condensed from Feeds and Feeding (Sixteenth Edition)

By: Henry, W. A. (William Arnon), 1850-1932; Morrision, Frank Barron, 1887-1958

...EEDING ABRIDGED THE ESSENTIALS OF THE FEEDING, CARE, AND MANAGEMENT OFFARM ANIMALS, INCLUDING POULTRY Adapted axd Condensed from FEEDS AND FEEDING (Si... ...g animal nutrition and the practical feeding, care, and management of farm animals. In most brief books on stock feeding the care and management of st... ...portant general principles governing the rational feeding and care of farm animals. The various feeding standards are briefly discussed, including the... ...nd summarizes the special value of the impor- tant feeds for each class of animals. Most of the tables giving sum- maries of the important feeding tri... ... Growth and Animal Nutrition Chapter I. How Plants Grow and Build Food for Animals 5 II. The Animal Body—Digestion—Metabolism 18 III. Measuring' the U... ...bolism 18 III. Measuring' the Usefulness of Feeds 34 IV. Maintaining- Farm Animals 50 V. Growth and Fattening 63 VI. Production of Work, Milk, and Woo... ...e 202 XVII. Manurial Value of Feeding Stuffs 212 Part III. — ^Feeding Farm Animals XVIIL Feeding and Care of Horses 221 XIX. Feeds for Horses 236 XX. ... ...ican Feeding Stuffs 413 Table IV. Wolff-Lehmann Feeding Standards for Farm Animals. .. 423 Table V. Modified Wolff-Lehmann Feeding Standards for Farm ... ...s for Feeding- Stuffs 429 Table VIII. Armsby's Feeding- Standards for Farm Animals 430 Table IX. "Weight of Various Concentrates 432 Index , _ 433 FE...

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Stories about animals

By: Reid, Mayne, 1818-1883
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Cabinet of American Illustrations : Rah for Protection ; Photograph 2A11625R

By: Daniel Carter Beard
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Æsop's fables : accompanied by many hundred proverbs and moral maxims, suited to the subject of each fable

By: Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849, former owner; Kelly, T., ill
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The Journal of Experimental Zoology : Volume 32

By: Harrison, Ross G. (Ross Granville), 1870-1959; Brooks, William Keith, 1848-1908; Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology; American Society of Zoologists

...gan and his collaborators ('08 b, '09, '10) on the centrifuged eggs of various animals, more particularly Arbacia and Cumingia, is in substan- tial ac... ... indicated by determinations of the amounts of carbon dioxide given off by the animals. MATERIAL AND METHODS A. Material Grasshoppers were used in all... ...HODS A. Material Grasshoppers were used in all the followmg experiments. These animals have been found to be excellent material because of the ease wi... ...ore done on insects has been concerned with masses rather than with individual animals. The following species were used: ]Melanoplus femur rubrum, Ale... ...ome are found of each sex in either color, and as a matter of fact, when green animals are put at a constant temperature of 38°C. they turn brown in a... ...omology and to the works of Morse (6) and Lugger (6) . 1 Average dimensions of animals used are taken from Lugger (5), while body weights have been de... ...ents and any further details will be given in describing individual cases. All animals were caught in the vicinity of Philadelphia during the summer a... ...ons were made by the barium hydrate titration method of Lund (7), using single animals, and each determination extending over a period of thirty minut... ...ply, development of reproductive elements, etc., modify the maximum weights of animals, causing some variation among individuals of the same age as sh...

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