The Animal Kingdom: Arranged After Its Organization, Forming a Natural History of Animals, and an Introduction to Comparative Anatomy (Google eBook)
Georges baron Cuvier, Edward Blyth, Robert Mudie, George Johnston, John Obadiah Westwood, William Benjamin Carpenter
W. S. Orr and Company, 1851 - Zoology - 718 pages
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