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by Frederic A. Lucas. The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and BurmaPublished Under the Authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council, Mollusca, Testacellidæ and Zonitidæby W. T. Blanford
by Frederic A. Blanford. Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolismby Thomas Inman. Manual of Conchology; Structural and SystematicWith Illustrations of the Species; Helicidæ: Vol; Iby George W. Tryon, Jr. Vol. 1 of 3. Animals in MotionAn Investigation of Consecutive Phases of Animal Progressive Movementsby Eadweard Muybridge.
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We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections which can not be improved, and hope you will enjoy reading this book. Book Renaissance ww. en-books. FREDERIC A. LUCAS Director, American Museum of Natural History. American museum of natural history handbook series no. New york, 1913. Printed for the Museum.
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Many people are familiar with the extinction of the dinosaurs, of the passenger pigeon, the Dodo bird, and the many other species that are threaten by our very existence on this planet. Few of us have been taught the diversity of life in the ancient world. Lesser known species described in this book include the giant bird Phororhacos and Maori, their smaller toothed cousin Hesperornis, the sea lizard Ichthysaur, the great Pterodactyl, its smaller cousins Dimorphodon and Rhamphorhynchus, a variety of well-known dinosaurs, and giant sea turtles. Later chapters include a detailed description on the ancestry of the horse as well as that of the mammoth and mastodon.
This book includes an introductory chapter on how fossils are formed, followed by information on the earliest of vertebrates. Several sections are devoted to a diversity of extinct animals of the land, sea and air; followed by a concluding chapter of why animals become extinct. At the end of each chapter are invaluable references and notes pertaining to the location and condition of many of the articles cited within the text. As the director of the American Museum of Natural History, the author had an unusually rich resource of research material available to compile this admirable work. Most of the illustrations come from the rich collection of the American Museum of Natural History, which at the time this book was first published, contained the most complete specimens of fossil vertebrates worldwide. ISBN 1-59016-034-7 o 207 + xii pages o 6 x 9 o tradepaper o illustrated.